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"Good enough" = "Giving up"?

Let us reexamine the notion that “good enough” means “giving up.”

What if we embraced the goal of “good enough” – focusing on the things that matter most in place of trying to achieve perfect across the board?

“Good enough” means having expectations grounded in reality. Operating freed from the crushing belief that perfect is possible.

“Good enough” means focusing on what matters most. Doubling down on what is most important and letting go of the things that matter less.

“Good enough” means enjoying the process, delighting in what you learn from the ride, even if you don’t get the outcome you planned on.

Is there something you can be “good enough” at today?

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