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[1: 1,286 of 10,000] Perfection vs. Mediocre

In Article on January 29, 2014 at 2:00 PM

Is not accomplishing perfection our only excuse to become mediocre?

Is mediocre better than never beginning at all?

Is it only a fault when we stop doing?

Is it not a fault too when we keep doing without proper contemplation?

Is it balance the true answer to set it moving forward?

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Perfection has different definitions. It depends on who is defining it and the most important definition is OURS. We know how to set the standard where we know we can do much better, we can push more, and we can exhaust more possibilities. I don’t agree that perfection is boring because if we truly want to achieve it, it entails a great deal of effort, almost making us crazy, until it reaches the point that it can no longer be more than what it is because it achieved epic-ness!

No one remembers mediocre and every single human being is so unique and awesome that it isn’t possible not to “reach” PERFECTION!

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