“I don’t want to do anything halfway. It has to be perfect.”


Bruce Lee

“Practice makes perfect. After a long time of practicing, our work will become natural, skillfull, swift, and steady.”


Bruce Lee

“The perfect way is only difficult for those who pick and choose. Do not like, do not dislike; all will then be clear. Make a hairbreadth difference and heaven and earth are set apart; if you want the truth to stand clear before you, never be for or against. The struggle between ‘for’ and ‘against’ is the mind’s worst disease.”


Bruce Lee

“Works of art are not so much finished as abandoned. Perhaps poems can be perfect. A short-short story might even be perfectible, as effective and enjoyable for one reader as the next. But novels and other book-length narratives are great rambling things that always contain some flaws. For works of any length, there comes a point when your continued tinkering won’t improve the whole, but will just trade one set of problems for another.”


Bruce Holland Rogers

“The end we ought to propose to ourselves is to become, in this life, the most perfect worshipers of God we can possibly be, as we hope to be through all eternity.”

Brother Lawrence

“The perfect bureaucrat everywhere is the man who manages to make no decisions and escape all responsibility.”

Brooks Atkinson

“I know my limitations. I know I’m not perfect. I know what I know, but more importantly, I know what I don’t know. When I don’t know something, I surround myself with people I can trust to teach me.”


Brock Lesnar

“There will be a “Oops 100.” They’ll be plenty more oopses. I’m not perfect. I’m human.”


Britney Spears

“I think I realized very early on that you can spend a lot of time constructing a really perfect scene in final draft and just end up throwing it away because you didn’t figure out that mathematics of the story first.”


Brit Marling

“The universe is completely balanced and in perfect order. You will always be compensated for everything that you do.”


Brian Tracy

“I believe in the perfect outcomeof every situation in my life.”


Brian Tracy

“Imagine your ideal future. Visualize yourself as if your life were perfect in every respect.”


Brian Tracy

“We start with the perfect experience and then work backward. That’s how we’re going to continue to be successful.”


Brian Chesky

“I’ve heard claims that we can wish our way to perfect, permanent wellness, but I haven’t seen any proof of that. Sickness and death are part of life. But you can optimize your life. You can make progress as you strive toward perfection.”


Brian Carter

“My work is never perfect. It always can be better but I just believe that we need to achieve a really high level of excellence. I don’t believe in the “Good Enough” principle as a Christian.”


Brian Bird

“Every day is not perfect.”

Brett Favre

“No one will ever be as good at being you as you. So start there. Perfect is boring.”

Brett Dalton

“I didn’t want to be on screen not nailing an American accent. It’s an insult to an American! There are plenty of great American actors who can already do an American accent, so me, coming in and stealing their roles, the one thing I have to perfect is the accent. So for years I practiced. And we’re lucky because the whole world is raised on a library of American movies. I would pretend to be Jim Carrey, and, I say Robin Williams now because he’s in my mind, but those actors really inspired us to be crazy and be theatrical.”

Brenton Thwaites

“The perfect killer has no friends. Only targets.”

Brent Weeks