I guess I should clarify my previous post regarding doing things "poorly."
I am a perfectionist and one of the things that gets in the way of my productivity is the need to do things, well, perfectly. I recognize that I use this as a tool to procrastinate. I will put off getting something done because I cannot get it done just right. The vast majority of things don't need to be done just right, they just need to be done.
I don't really do things "poorly." I use the saying as a way to get my head out of perfectionist mode and to re-focus on the fact that how well the task is done is less important that the fact that it gets done.
Example: My garage is a mess right now because I have half constructed storage shelf units strewn about. I am stalled because I need to do a minor modification of the shelf units to attach them to the wall so they won't fall over in an earthquake. I am not particularly skilled at carpentry or cabinetmaking, but it really doesn't matter, because all I need to do is cut a board, attach it to the back of the cabinet and screw it into the wall. If I don't cut it right or it isn't quite square or I cut it too wide....I can always correct these mistakes, but not cutting the pieces at all means the project is stalled and I can't get it done.
Hope this clarifies. Sorry for the long winded response.