MillaLite's Journal, 26 April 2018

If something is worth doing, it's worth doing it badly. If you can't decide where to begin, how it's going to get done, if it'll get done right or done at all, etc... just decide to do it badly. Waiting around trying to hammer out details to make things "just right" means you may never start in the first place. And doing something badly is always better than doing nothing at all. Once you've started, and you see what's working, keep that! As time goes on, the things that aren't working, toss those!

Yes, doing something badly is ALWAYS better than doing nothing at all.

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Great post. Thanks for the reality check. 
26 Apr 18 by member: marshakanady
I love that, buddy! 
26 Apr 18 by member: HCB
Great podt! Ty! 
26 Apr 18 by member: jengetfit123
*post 
26 Apr 18 by member: jengetfit123
Awesome! Thanks 
26 Apr 18 by member: momma6224
Roger that in a big way Milla.. perfect is the enemy of good enough. Most times making a decision to do something, even if its not perfectly 'right' is good enough! 
26 Apr 18 by member: JLente
Perfection is the enemy of progress.  
26 Apr 18 by member: SaintViper
Thanks everyone! Today's post was inspired by a healthy bicycle trip to Kroger with my 7 & 8 y.o. girls. This was their 1st "street ride," no sidewalk. It was frightening, there was some swerving, but we made it there & back without incident nor accident. My kids biked "badly" but I know they will do better next time. πŸ€— 
26 Apr 18 by member: MillaLite
Just read your post. What a perfect point of view! Thank you πŸ‘πŸ» 
26 Apr 18 by member: Highland Heather
Doing something bably is ALWAYS better than doing nothing ...Words to leave by as I try to get the hang of winning at losing. 
27 Apr 18 by member: WriterandPainter
thanks for sharing ! 
27 Apr 18 by member: 95bbk
So very true! Enjoy the journey! 
27 Apr 18 by member: Gingerk65
Your comments made me laugh! The message I see in your words is to β€œengage” and live out your passions to embrace your dreams. 
27 Apr 18 by member: glen

     
 

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