Allow Imperfection

noA lot of times, we tend to think that what we’re working on has to be perfect right out of the gate. If we are realistic with ourselves, though, we know that rarely happens.

Writers must revise and rewrite until they get something that might appeal to their readers. Painters tend to sketch and draw before they put brush to canvas. Dancers must determine the steps of their dance and practice before it is presentable.

Even Leonardo da Vinci kept sketchbooks. It would appear he did not even expect perfection from himself. Should we be any different with ourselves?

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