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We've all heard this comparison time and again. Usually it's an excuse when we can't give the time to something important, many times our children, we'll justify it saying, well it's quality not quantity. Once I heard someone say would you accept that with your steak. Imagine you pay $30 for a choice steak but when it's delivered to your table it's one bite. The waiter says it's the best bite you'll ever have! Does that make a difference?

I heard an interesting take on this recently. The story told of a ceramics teacher who announced to his class they were being split into 2 groups. Group A was graded on the quantity of their work only. Group B was graded only on their quantity of pieces produced.

To his surprise group B won both prizes. Naturally they won the quantity prize because the other group made only 1 piece and worked to perfect it. Group B however found in making many pieces they were learning from their mistakes and also won the best quality piece.

What lessons can we learn from this? I've heard many say don't wait for perfect to launch. Anything else come to mind?


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Comment by Chris Conley on May 22, 2014 at 9:16am

thanks Josh, I felt the same way. It never dawned on me but it does make sense.

Comment by Josh Schukman on May 22, 2014 at 6:50am

I've never thought of it this way Chris, but I really like it.  Repetition is a good thing, and I'd also not thought of this from a product development standpoint - the more you do something, the more effective you can become at it - awesome stuff here.  Focusing on quantity, and tweaking quality as you go along can be a very important deal.  

Comment by Chris Conley on May 21, 2014 at 6:04pm

so true Ann, progress is good

Comment by Ann Musico on May 21, 2014 at 3:27pm

Practice makes progress if not perfect?

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