Often it’s one revision…a second look…one additional opinion…that takes an idea or a project from “Okay” to noteworthy.
It happens for me when writing a sermon. If I take the time to finish, then sit on it 24 hours, then go back for one more critical look the message is always better than it was before.
Don’t rush excellence. There’s a balance between stalling too long and rushing through a decision.
For more thoughts on this subject read THIS POST.
Which do you lean towards…rushing through a project or stalling too long?