Updated: May 26
Sometime "good enough" is, well ... good enough.
Other times it isn't "good enough" until it's as close to perfect as possible. The challenge is to discern which "good enough" is needed for the particular project you're working on now.
What's on your plate that might really just need to be "good enough?" What are you working on that truly needs to be as close to perfect as possible? How will you tell the difference?