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A good way to prevent stupidity. No, really.


Say “No”. If you don’t know how to do it, don’t agree to do it. If you don’t have the time to devote to the project that it really needs to get a “good enough” result that is actually good, say no. Just think where we’d be if we could do fewer things, but do them better. Instead of spending the next project cycle fixing the problems that came about do to rushing to get something, anything out the door, you could spend it adding new features or developing a new UI component. And start climbing your way out of the stupidity of mediocrity.

hat tip David via slantback and Jason

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