Effective is often better than perfect.
Perfect is a concept used to procrastinate.
It is an excuse to not get the job done.
What we should really be after is not perfect, but effective.
Effective means we have accomplished our task.
It means our work is good enough to do the job it was designed for.
Effective is an underrated standard.
It is the first target.
Aim for effective first.
Once your work is effective, then you can seek to make it perfect.
Effective achieved is better than perfection unrealized.