“let’s just say i’m an ‘excellentist’ because perfection is an unattainable goal. perfection isn’t that interesting. it is more interesting to do things with sincerity and a certain quirkiness. with perfection there’s no tolerance for failure, and there are enormous benefits to failure because of the valuable lessons they impart.”
– charlie trotter from “lessons in service from charlie trotter” by edmund lawler. thanks to sat bains for the primo find.