“If you’re a creator or a maker of any kind, the creation is almost never going to feel perfect. Dwelling on the minor tweaks before sharing that work will eat up way more time than the yield of the potential improvements is worth. It’s far smarter to let go before you’re ready, and then iterate and improve based on the feedback.”
There are reasons why Amazon’s Jeff Bezos makes so many smart decisions and this article breaks them down.
Zat Rana explores three things you can learn from Jeff Bezos about making smart decisions including to distinguish between high and low impact choices, to avoid using proxies as a default, and to release ideas at 70% and then iterate.