What matters to your small business is taking action. Even if a product or service is just shy of perfection, it’s important to expose it to your prospects to get the ball rolling in the right direction.
I talk to way too many small business owners who get bound up in the “it’s got to be perfect” mode. Ideas never turn into action — they’re in perpetual R&D. And most of those businesses end up closing their doors. Don’t be one of them.
Embrace a “good enough” policy. Identify your “good enough” standards and get those products or services out the door. Amazingly most of the time, the final tweak ideas can be implemented with little effort once you’ve rolled to production.
What do you think? Are you a perfectionist? Has it worked for or against you? Please leave a comment.
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