I have no intentions of getting political here, but I was intrigued last weekend when I heard Obama address the heated debate surrounding the health care bill by cautioning members of Congress to be careful not to let perfect be the enemy of good. I hadn't heard this saying before [though I learned through a little googling that it comes from Voltaire] and, as such, it really struck a chord with me. How often do we trip ourselves up trying to uncover the perfect solution, rather than a good one that will work just as well?
Happens to me all the time. All the time.