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Don’t Let Perfect Be The Enemy Of Good In Business

by Anthony L. Gonzalez

Don’t Let Perfect Be The Enemy Of Good In Business. Perfectionism is often used as a crutch by people who don’t want to take action or work hard. It’s also used by those without any idea how to do things properly. The most common business mistakes that people make are ones that keep them from making any money at all. The truth is that there is no perfect business, and it is very important to know what you don’t know.

As you can see, many different ways to make money online exist. Each of them comes with a different set of benefits and drawbacks.

It’s important to understand these things before you start looking into different types of online business opportunities.

For example, if you’re hoping to make a fortune by selling T-shirts on Amazon, you’ll probably need to start with a few hundred dollars. But if you sell affiliate links instead, you can make a decent income off a $1 product with just a few clicks.

The key to making money online is to focus on the right type of business for your interests and abilities.

There is no perfect way to make money online.


Be A Better Customer

The world has changed a lot since I was a kid; I’m sure many of us have experienced this firsthand.

In fact, I’d say that the world had become a much harsher place than when I was growing up. This has resulted in many of us feeling like we must focus on perfectionism to feel good about ourselves.

And while perfectionism is a positive trait in certain areas of our lives, it’s not always so positive in business.

In fact, I’d argue that it can actually hinder some businesses’ success.

When I was younger, I learned from my parents and others that there was nothing wrong with taking shortcuts to save time.

I know shortcuts aren’t always the right way to go today, but I still don’t mind them because I understand the importance of time management and efficiency.

But the key to time management isn’t to take a shortcut; it’s to know which ones to take and when.

Know Your Customers

We all know that we are going to screw up. It’s just part of being human. The question is, how do we handle the aftermath?

I believe that a large part of the reason many people struggle with getting things done is because they are afraid to make mistakes. They worry that they’ll look stupid or their boss or customers will find out, and they’ll lose their job or the sale.

That’s why I think it’s important to develop a mindset where you’re OK with making mistakes. When you embrace that fact, you will feel more comfortable trying new things, taking risks, and changing your business.

The other thing that I think is very important is that you’ve got to have a plan. You’ve got to have something that you’re working towards. You can’t just wing it and hope things turn out well.


Know Your Competition

You’ll be fine if you keep working on your business until you reach your goals. But you’ll only get stuck and frustrated when you try to skip steps.

So when working on your business, don’t just focus on perfecting every aspect.

Instead, focus on perfecting the things that will help you grow.

I learned This classic quote in college, and it’s something I’ve been thinking about lately.

I know what you’re probably thinking… if the perfect plan exists, why bother doing anything?

I get it; sometimes, you just feel like you have to go with the flow, just do it. But that approach has a tendency to lead to inaction.

Instead of just jumping in, ask yourself these questions:

You might be surprised at the answers to those questions.

The truth is, there is no “perfect” plan. There is only one plan that works for you.

When you let go of trying to figure it out ahead of time, you free up your mind to focus on the things that matter.

Know Your Audience

When you launch your online business, you’ll eventually run into some roadblocks. You’ll likely make mistakes even if you’re an expert in your field.

No matter how much you plan ahead, you’ll still miss deadlines. You’ll hit snags when your budget doesn’t add up as well as you’d like. And there will always be times when you don’t feel like doing any work.

It happens to everyone. But if you learn to be OK with it, you’ll see that perfection isn’t the enemy. Instead, it’s a vital part of building a solid business.

If you’re struggling to keep up with your job’s and your family’s demands, consider outsourcing some of it. Maybe you can hire someone to handle things for you.

Or you might consider setting aside some weekly time to work on your business. This will allow you to focus on what’s important and free up time to take care of other things.


Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q: What does it mean to you when someone says, “I’m not perfect”?

A: That’s how I was raised. You’ve got to strive to be the best person you can be. If you desire to be the best, people are going to see that in your actions, and they’re going to want to help you.

Q: How can a person who’s not perfect be successful in business?

A: By being honest with yourself, by working hard, by showing appreciation for the people around you, and by keeping your priorities straight.

Q: What’s the worst thing about being a business owner?

A: The worst thing about being a business owner is that other people are always involved in the business. Focusing on what you must do is harder if someone else is getting in your way. It’s also hard to know when you’re being successful until someone tells you that they like what you did.

Q: What’s the best thing about being in business?

A: The best thing about being in business is the sense of pride you feel when you think about all the people you’ve helped and all the things you’ve accomplished.

Q: What are the five most important things you learned in business school?

A: (1) Don’t let perfect be the enemy of good. (2) You can always get better. (3) Make time for yourself. (4) Be a mentor. (5) Keep moving forward and stay positive.

Q: Why is it important to keep learning in business school?

A: You never know when you might need to use something you learned or how it could apply to your career. You never know what kind of connections you can make if you are a person who is open-minded and willing to learn. Also, knowledge is power.

Myths About Business

1. Businesses don’t work.

2. Entrepreneurs and small business owners are not successful.

3. Big businesses and corporations are big and successful because they are good at what they do.


In conclusion, I think that the problem with perfectionism is that it has a way of creeping into our lives and sabotaging our efforts.

We all have been guilty of having a “perfect” idea or product. But I think the best way to avoid falling into that trap is to ensure you are constantly striving to improve your ideas and products.

That’s because if you keep trying to improve, you’ll improve yourself too!

I know that business owners, whether they’re starting up or have been running a successful business for years, will never achieve perfection.

Perfection is unattainable. Instead, you must keep moving forward and work hard to improve every aspect of your business.

This includes everything from your marketing to your customer service.