There’s this guy Logan Hill. He’s a college freshman in Ohio.
Honestly, I hadn’t heard of him until a few days ago. But he’s big on Vine, the 13th most popular Viner in the world.
In an interview, he says that he spends up to 5 hours creating a 6 second video.
That is insane to me.
I’m also not a popular Viner. Or a popular writer, for that matter. Point is, I very rarely spend that much time on anything. And maybe that’s my problem. I’ve never been one to labor over a sentence for too long. Or get paralyzed that something isn’t “good enough.” Sometimes deadlines are deadlines, and stuff has to move.
I’m torn between two different schools of thought–the “startup” mode, where you just throw something out there to get it going. Call it the Worse is Better Philosophy. Or this perfectionist one, let’s call it–The Perfectionist Philosophy.
Or are these things different for different types of businesses or art projects? I honestly don’t know.
What do you think?