According to General George Patton, “A good plan violently executed today is better than a perfect plan tomorrow.”

It’s easy to fall into the trap of trying to get everything absolutely perfect before taking action.

Just one more meeting.

One more check.

One more issue, however minuscule, to be resolved.

And in the end, our search for perfection means that we become excused from doing anything meaningful.

“I would have done it, but it wasn’t quite right.”

Let me encourage you to take action today.

To launch, then fix.

To not be afraid of beta mode.

To rank progress ahead of perfection.