Quality vs. Quantity? (Part II) Wed, Mar 11, 2015
Have a taste for quality, seek out quality, and be willing to refine your standards. Furthermore, in the continuous search for quality, it's extremely important to take imperfect action. Taking imperfect action relates to quantity of work because imperfect action requires both vulnerability and execution, while not dwelling solely in the realm of theory and speculation. We must execute in quantity in order to fully refine our taste for quality. Therefore, it's not a matter of just quality or just quantity; they both have a purpose.
What's the conduit that allows us to both understand the symbiotic relationship and navigate between quality and quantity, you might ask?
Learning is the necessary conduit. By learning from setbacks, particularly when executing in quantity and remaining committed to improvement, refining our taste for quality, we will likely experience tremendous growth and success. This is applicable to both our personal lives as well as our careers at SlideBelts.
Stay hungry and you will experience success far beyond any letter grade! Don't forget about the 3/15 deadline (to get the full $150 payout) regarding finishing the quizzes for the core books.
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