There’s a quote attributed to Voltaire that says, “Perfect is the enemy of good.” In other words, you’ll never be perfect, so do it well and move on . It’s a good enough quote, but I always walk away from a finished product wanting to make the next one better. I started skateboarding at 10 years old and started playing music at 13. I take what I’ve learned in both and apply them to everything in life. What I learned was: There’s always room to improve; and most things in life are better in the company of friends. It’s easy to become complacent when you reach a certain level of proficiency, but whether it’s a heelflip, performing a song, or building a cabinet, I’ll never let good enough be the enemy of perfect.