In this episode of Deep Natter, Sean Tucker and I are talking about perfection. They say that practice makes perfect, but I think as makers, deep down most of us know that perfect really doesn’t exist. Good? Sure. Great? Maybe, occasionally. But perfect? Not in my experience. So why do we keep chasing it? Well, that’s exactly what Sean and I are going to talk about and it all starts with a quote by one of Sean’s favorite authors, Richard Rohr.

SHOW NOTES
Richard Rohr – Another Name for Everything
Ram Dass – Be Here Now
They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead
The Last Picture Show

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Twitter: @seantuck
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MUSIC
High Line by Duffmusiq

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