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Should you publish work you’re not completely happy with? It can be hard to know if a project is ready to be launched or if it could use more tweaking. Sometimes you may have to decide if it should simply be scrapped altogether. Aaron and I discuss when you should be shipping, how to utilize time constraints to promote a consistent publishing schedule, and making practical use of perfectionism.
- 09:43 Should I publish work I’m not completely happy with?
- 15:04 Feeling like you always have to outdo yourself
- 21:15 The difference between 90% perfect and 100% perfect
- 24:24 Time constraints and the benefit of accountability partners
- 35:09 Publicly sharing a deadline as a motivator
Successful people fail way more than non-successful people ever dare to. They’re not content just staying safe and holding onto their ideas.
— Sean McCabe (@seanwes) August 27, 2013
- We focused pretty heavily on our topic, so there aren’t too many links to share, but I did mention a few fun new toys I got this week:
- Boss RC-3 Loop Station
- Sony MDR-7506 Professional Large Diaphragm Headphones