Are things ever actually ‘done’? Sure, a meal might be eaten & hence it’s done, but that doesn’t mean that the recipe couldn’t be improved for the next time.
As a perfectionist, I always see the next step forward. Another thing to add. Something to improve. Value to add.
Hence, “Stop When You’re Done” could very easily be the most horrific piece of advice one might get. Even worse, such advice is popularised and praised upon by our hustle & grind culture.
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