I don’t make a lot of mistakes, but I shouldn’t admit that. Or be proud of it. Or even think about it. Because avoiding mistakes sucks up a tremendous amount of time. And most mistakes aren’t worth avoiding. They just aren’t important enough.
A few weeks ago I sent out a Clarity Tip to my Clarity App. The banner had a typo, as did the tip itself. I don’t make a lot of mistakes like this, but, yes, I was in a hurry.
When people contacted me to point out the mistakes, my response was: (more…)