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Perfectly Possible Perfection | The Winn Group

Perfectly Possible Perfection

What does the word “perfect” mean to you?

Dictionary.com gives a whopping fifteen definitions just for the adjective. Even if you take out the 5 field-specific definitions, that still leaves TEN perfectly acceptable definitions for the word “perfect!”

When we aim for perfection in our lives, jobs or endeavors, I think we typically think of this definition:

perfect (adj.) – entirely without any flaws, defects, or shortcomings

But isn’t that silly? We are human after all. We’re flawed, and we make mistakes. And when it comes to your organization,  everyone has different opinions of what is ideal or perfect. So then, is perfection attainable?

What if instead of focusing on being without flaws or defects, we focused on accomplishments, on being an expert at completing our goals, fulfilling our mission? As a nonprofit or cause-centric organization, each person that you reach is an accomplishment, a result of you caring enough to make a difference. And guess what? That’s perfection, too:

perfect (adj.) – expert, ACCOMPLISHED, proficient

So get out there and be perfect! We know you can do it.

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Disclosure of Material Connection: The Winn Group has not received any compensation for writing this post. We have no material connection to the brands, products, or services that we have mentioned. We are disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”

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