I bought a new whiteboard.
And I thought everything was perfect. But I was WRONG.
I look at the newly mounted whiteboard on my wall.
This is going to be the new catalyst for my ideas.
But then, suddenly, my eyes go to the top right corner.
I see the logo of the whiteboard.
“Should I mount the whiteboard again?”
It won’t take that long.
Then, a different thought crosses my mind.
At times, I spend too much time before deciding something is finished.
Such overthinking slows down my progress.
On the surface, perfectionism seems to be the care for quality.
But often, perfectionism is fear of judgment in disguise.
I decide to keep the whiteboard upside down.
It’s not a harmful mistake.
Quite the contrary.
It’s a perfect reminder.
A useful memo that turns around my perspective.
The goal isn’t to make things perfect.
The goal is to have the courage to say: this is good enough.