Facebook isn’t perfect. A hacker posted an update on Mark Zuckerberg’s timeline awhile ago.
Blogs aren’t perfect. You can’t please everyone’s interests with a single blog.
Big chain stores aren’t perfect. The CEO of Walmart can’t visit every Walmart store in existence to see how everyone is doing.
Google isn’t perfect. Contacting them directly is like an odyssey that begins with a Google search (go figure).
Apple isn’t perfect. People have claimed that their iPhones suddenly overheated and melted.
None of us are perfect. We all have our faults.
Don’t try to be perfect. It’s impossible. Don’t continue working on a product until it is perfect in every way because you’ll never create a perfect product. I’ll never create a perfect product either. It’s not that you or I can’t come up with a good product. Something that you may think is perfect probably won’t get as much appreciation from some of your friends. Don’t focus on launching something that is perfect. Focus on actually launching something.
Don’t try to make it perfect because it won’t work.