A Statistical Case for Iteration Over Perfect Preparation

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You are much more likely to succeed with iteration than you are with a perfect first attempt.

This is purely a function of probability, and is even more supported by the idea of progressive improvement.

When you can iterate, it is a better route to higher confidence of success than perfect preparation.

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