I'm not sure where I first heard this phrase. It has been floating around my head a lot lately. It is a useful phrase when thinking about politics, business, writing, new projects, anything really... Often we get bogged down trying to figure out how to do something perfectly or waiting until we have more and more information until we can make the perfect decision. Unfortunately perfect rarely if ever comes and so we either end up not doing something, not making a decision or dissatisfied with the outcome because our expectations are impossible to meet.
Several weeks ago a fellow dadblogger posted a photo of a wooden growth chart as a suggestion for other dadbloggers who might be interested in making them. I saw the opportunity and set about testing different ways of making these growth charts. After some trial and error I had three different versions completed.
I have long enjoyed working with wood and in making these growth charts I rediscovered a passion. I am turning this rediscovered passion into a business – at least I hope to [Read more…]