As I look back on the things I didn’t finish in 2010, I realize that most of them were waiting for perfection to strike. I have always wanted to incorporate everything I know into every project and that has stopped a few of them dead in their tracks. So this year I am re-training my brain to accept that it will never be perfect. As I complete something, there will always be ways I can improve it, and some of them I will learn as I put it out there as a kind of trial and error. For much of what I do, it will be perfect for those I might want to help or teach; or at least they can take away what parts work for them. Someone once said that to a 1st grader, a 2nd grader is all knowing. I am expecting it to be “right” according to my standards, but I have to accept that others might have never even thought of doing it that way so it is a new way of thinking or doing for them just as it is. After all, getting it done and out there is better than letting an idea just sit on my computer forever. What a novel concept!
Website Creator: Marie Russell
Choose simplicity! VALOR: visualize, ask, let go,