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Perfection

Some tasks require very high quality output. As such, spending extra time checking and rechecking to ensure nearly-perfect performance is justified. However, many things do not require that level of quality. The key is to distinguish between the ones requiring high quality and those that do not. Then, you can invest your time to achieve near-perfect results when required but won’t waste time to attain perfection if it is unnecessary.

People who score low in this category (less than 10) may also waste time. Because of low quality standards, they may have to redo work that does not meet minimum standards of acceptability. Investing a little more time could result in substantial savings by eliminating the need to do something twice.


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