We need a mirror to do better. This helps to reflect work outcomes, along with the background (usage context) and tolerance of the image for that context! This changes YOU. It changes your approach/behaviour to quality and therefore how and when you apply.
Read this interesting article by T Ashok, which was published in the July 2012 issue ezine, that encourages you to find your mirror. Identify those set of measurements that help you understand the quality of your work and the quality of the product. Those that can change YOU to do and deliver excellence. The perfect reflection.