> <Snip, snip> > Was there something here that Kent and I should find worth noting? > I pride myself on doing the right thing and usually it's without putting my > principles aside. I still believe that anything worth doing is worth doing > well...but then again (at age 45) I'm from the "old" school. > Harv :-) > > Harv,
I'll be 45 on the 25th of this month, so I'm not exactly from the new school. I just never bought into the old one. I hope it's not patronizing to state that the saying, "Anything worth doing is worth doing badly" means that if you've got an important idea and wait for perfect circumstances to test it, you're likely to never find out if it can work at all. Making mistakes is part of the process of learning and improving, so it's usually worth doing something "badly" rather than not doing it at all.