There is nothing wrong with perfect, it’s actually quite good. The aversion comes in when perfectionism is blocking progress and happiness. If things just get better it’s OK too. There is nothing wrong with failure, failure helps improving. You learn more from failed experiments than from successful ones. When you succeed you just confirm you where right, when you fail you have to go further.
Dare to fail, be happy with want you can do. Don’t let your known limitations stop you trying. Better fail trying than never start because you fear not to be perfect.
Antiperfect.org is a private initiative experimenting in several areas, mostly IT related. Some learnings can be found on https://wiki.antiperfect.org .