Perfect doesn't exist. Or does it? In episode 94 of Archispeak we discuss how perfection can have a paralyzing effect on creativity and can be a "serial killer" to getting things done.
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- Feck Perfuction: Be Bold and Fearless with James Victore - video
- “Perfection is a serial killer.” - Post by Amber Rae
- Coastline paradox
- Ira Glass interviewed on Alec Baldwin's Here's The Thing podcast
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The music for this episode is Karate by System Kid. You can buy their music on iTunes. Support the band!