That very word is loaded with every kind of emotion you can imagine. 

There’s the thrill of getting it just right. There’s the dread of getting it all wrong and the sobering realization of just how rare an achievement perfection is.

Still, it gives us something to shoot for. It even gives us a reason to get up early on some days.

But all in all, it makes us a little bit crazy. And crazy is no way to work.

Let’s look at the whole concept of video perfection, our relationship to it now, and perhaps what it could be.

Here’s the checklist that should save you from 99% of what you may encounter out there. That last 1% you’ll just have to live with. 🙂

    6 replies to "How to Enjoy Perfection"

    • Jeremy Latham

      A little bit of OCD goes a looong way Steve. It’s a good thing in surgeons and pilots, but it does get in the way when it comes to creativity. Thanks for an excellent video on how to manage it!

      • Steven Washer

        And yet surgeons and pilots sometimes need to be creative, so it works for everybody! 🙂

    • TerryLee WHETSTONe

      Fabulous! I do watch you programs and very thankful for your giving of your time. Happy Holidays

      • Steven Washer

        Thank you for the kind words. Season’s Greetings, TerryLee!

    • Jay Overton

      Another great topic! (Truthfully, I was hoping for a short blooper reel at the end… or Stevie showing up somewhere to point out something you missed.)
      There’s a great quote, which you may already be aware of, and unfortunately, I don’t know who to attribute it to…
      “Don’t let Perfect be the enemy of Good.”

      • Steven Washer

        Stevie missed his call time for this shoot. Maybe next time. 🙂

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