When Is Quality Not Quality?
In my last post, I talked about writing quality posts and what that means and requires.
Today, here is a very short update.
Yesterday, I mooted the idea that Quality is best measured based on predefined deliverables and therefore, to be thought of as qualiy a post needs to meet certain requirements.
I inadvertently forgot to make a point.
Today I received a timely email from author James Clear which reminded me of the following:
"Finishing projects is part of what it means to deliver high-quality work. It's not high quality if your perfectionism prevents you from finishing." - James Clear
An unpublished post, can't conform to requirements however well researched, well constructed and well written it is. Perfectionism is not required to publish. Publish and improve over time. Something close to quality is better than nothing!
What do you think?