…is done the enemy of right?
We’ve all heard perfection is the enemy of done. Waiting for the perfect opportunity, the perfect moment, for everything to be perfect before we start is a great way to wait forever.
And yet, it seems like doing something perfectly could be considered doing it right. There’s a very strong case to be made for doing things right the first time (vs doing them over).
If we want to do it right the first time—but not wait for perfect conditions before we do it—how do we know when to do something—and if it’s the right thing to do in the first place?