The healthiest food is the one you’ll actually eat

Have you ever bought some kale, spinach, brussels sprouts, etc., knowing that, most likely, they will sit in your fridge for awhile before you eventually throw them away?

And then we repeat the cycle, with rare exceptions.

The key is to actually find healthier food you’ll actually eat, and not on the healthiest food that you may never eat.

The same is at work — sometimes we wait for perfection in people, process, or technology and introduce unnecessary delays in achieving value now.

Have long-term goals, but address value incrementally with an MVP mindset.

Progress > Perfection



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Erik Andersen

Erik Andersen

Senior Software Engineer with 10+ years of experience. Also an independent coach, teacher, and public speaker. My opinions are my own