Embrace Minimum Viable Creativity

“The goal is not to produce low-quality work, but only at the quality needed to get progress started and get the feedback you need to turn good into great.”

This one might help you break that pesky perfectionism that holds you back.

Ryan Mulholland suggests you embrace minimum viable creativity, an approach to creative work that mirrors the minimum viable product approach that’s become so popular in the business world.

He then suggests doing so can result in quicker production, better feedback, and the ability to test concepts before going all-in on them.

Related: Five reasons to embrace your imperfections.