A “good enough” mindset fully utilizes your skills, focus and positive intention. Through this approach, you produce your best effort and then move on to other matters. As you consistently shift your focus to “good enough,” you ironically tend to produce some pretty high quality outcomes and feel good about your work and yourself. The added bonus in this approach is that your “good enough” serves to motivate and energize you, leading to increased results and next level growth and authenticity in your work and relationships.
I invite you to try on a “good enough” mindset for a week or two or three and notice what happens. Notice the shift in the quantity and quality of your results, your internal experience, your impact on others and your overall life enjoyment. Try it. You have nothing to lose and everything to gain.