The real question is how much room?
The idea that everything has room for improvement was a one line summation of my Myers Briggs results in high school and it stuck with me — both the saying and the personality.
This trait can come off as aggravating to those receiving the blunt of it. “Wow, this walk in Muir Woods is amazing… a warm americano in my hand would make it even better.” Or, “yes, sweety, that picture you drew of our family is great. Let’s try using even more colors in your next painting.” If not exercised well, this trait can scar those around me.
The next logical question is where can the biggest improvements be made and how much effort will they require. My newer obsession is looking for where the biggest improvements can be made.