According to David J. Schwartz
Make this a personal resolution, “At home, at work, in community life, if it’s progress, I’m for it.”
Time management expert Ed Bliss argues that striving for excellence is healthy, but striving for perfection is a neurotic waste of time.
According to Dan Sullivan, Babs Smith, and Michel Néray
Focus on progress and forget about perfection.
People in perfection-based corporate cultures are always on the defensive, and they seem to be most interested in rationalizing why initiatives won’t work. People in progress-based corporate cultures are more interested in assisting other to achieve extraordinary goals, which also creates opportunities for themselves.