“Good enough” is almost never found around the bullseye. It’s usually somewhere on the ground in front of the target because at some point along the way we quit trying to hit what we were initially aiming for. When we settle for falling short of the target by aiming at good enough, we eventually settle for less than that. Soon our initial target is considered too difficult to attain and our compromises seem justified by our excuses. Good enough is a positive phrase for happy I didn’t lose. Good enough isn’t often celebrated, but rather justified. It’s an excuse built on contentment with not finishing last.