Everyone wants their outcome to be “Perfect”.
How does one go about it?
Well, Look at the output and criticize it, iterate it. Miss the root cause and chase a ghost inside your head. Often underestimate problems and overestimate people. If someone has to define a quintessential lifestyle, most of the time, it would be outcome-driven. React to the Outcome, because one doesn’t understand their thought process.
What’s the alternative?
Try to perfect the process.
First, define a process, apply it to a simple task.
If the output is not favorable (time & quality), iterate the process.
Iterate it till 8/10 times the output is favorable, and then scale it – Now take up more tasks.
You and your team should trust the process and, along the way, make small amends.
Executing something is an art more than a science. Understanding what works and produces favourable outcomes, takes effort. Iterating output usually has no baseline; it can be extreme, leading to constant under-kills, over-kills, finally settling for something mediocre.