Strive for Excellence Not Perfection

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Motivational Power Quote

 

Strive for Excellence Not Perfection

 

"Nothing would be done at all

if a man waited until he

could do it so well

that no one could find

fault with it."

Cardinal Newman

   

As I see it. . . . . . . .

Strive for excellence not perfection  

Striving for excellence is the art of continued and never ending improvement. Make a personal commitment to become the best at what you do with excellence.    

A person with excellence is not afraid of making a mistake; because we all do. Having excellence is coming back from a setback with the passion to succeed.  

Having a fear of taking action until everything is perfect with no chance of failure is a recipe for disaster.   

Doing the best we can, from where we are, with what we have and to make it work with passion is the stepping stone to create person excellence.   

®2009, Lou Ludwig, Sales and Management Consultant Executive Coach, Speaker, Trainer and Author

  

  

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Patricia Kennedy
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Lou, this is such wise advice, especially for those of us who try to be such perfectionists.

Nov 23, 2009 09:38 PM #1
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This is such an important idea - at least for me. I used to consider myself a perfectionist, but as I continue to grow, I realize that can be an excuse for procrastinatioin. I don' need to be so hard on myself either if things don't turn out the way I think they should. Hav a great day, Lou!

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If I expect perfection from myself, I might as well give it up now!  I know myself all too well I know perfection is not possible.  Instead, I just strive to do the best I can. 

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