A mediocre result is 1000 times better than a perfect idea.
Can you imagine what our world would be like if Microsoft waited until they had a perfect product before releasing it?
We’d probably still be waiting for MS-Office 1.0.
Most of us can get some kind of positive results even with a flawed tool, and we’re happy to have something that helps even if it isn’t perfect.
The same thing is true in personal situations too.
What if no-one ever got married until they found the “perfect” spouse?
Or if no-one bought a house until they could afford to furnish and decorate it to perfection?
In most cases, it’s better to move forward with what you have, and do what you can to improve it along the way.