Over the past several months, I've been working on getting my voiceover recording studio set up the "right" way. It is the first truly legitimate home recording space I've had since I began my career as a voice actor. This setup has included, but is not limited to: achieving proper microphone placement, acoustic treatment of the room, installing other studio gear, and the overall layout. When I see what some other voice actors were doing with their home studios (and believe me, I've done my research), there was a lot of comparing and contrasting and self-doubting and wondering on my part. It led to some analysis paralysis, and the only thing that does is prevent you from making confident decisions and moving forward. So I'm glad I got past that phase of my adventure. In fact, when I really took a good look out there, it gave me a little perspective too...
Quit comparing. Be grateful. And do your best, regardless if you are working with, the "best."