The “Day After Perfect”

After not sending my daily email for the first time l yesterday, it seemed like a good time to talk about how to deal with imperfections.

I’ve found that it’s often more important to keep going than to catch up.

When we get behind it can ironically be easy to get further and further behind while feeling worse and worse about our failure to “catch up”.

It’s important to not get further behind even if you don’t feel like you have the time to get caught up.

So when you mess something up with communication, keep moving forward.

Don’t worry about catching up at first. Not getting further behind is the first objective.


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