Why you shouldn't want to be perfect

09/7/2011 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

Being perfect is an unattainable and unnecessary goal, which is why leaders should instead aim for excellence, writes Jane Perdue, founder of Braithwaite Innovation Group. "Meaningful, long-term success derives more from how you handle what goes wrong than from getting everything perfectly right," Perdue writes.

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