re: 25 years of coding, and I'm just beginning VIEW POST


I have exactly the same "syndrome". There is a famous german speaking:

"Es gibt nichts Gutes ausser man tut es."

(approx: "There is nothing good, unless you do it."). This is what I always think when I'm about to drop a begun project.

I always have to tell to myself: It don't have to be perfect, especially not in the beginning. It is for me, and it don't have to have all the features I dream of from the start.

It not always work, as I am a perfectionist, too, but these thoughts help to "keep the syndrome under the pillow" for a while.


I love that, because it's so true. I used to say "good intension don't mean shit, if you ain't doing it." lol. I agree with keeping the syndrome under the pillow.

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