“Right now, I don’t know how to put what I’m feeling into words. From one second to the next a dream shattered. I have to look forward now and approach my rehabilitation professionally because I have to keep moving. I’ll come back even stronger than I was. My best wishes to the Mannschaft and the whole team. I hope they’ll be able to reach our goal without me.”
Marco Reus (x)
:’) Gute Besserung, Reus
I believe that people who submit work to other parties have the responsibility to ensure that their work is as accurate and appropriate as possible, however mundane the work is. Of course, checks need to be conducted as appropriate. Having another person to help you checking never hurts - even it is good, as the person preparing the work or documents may overlook some of the mistakes, which is quite natural I guess. You just get tired and bored at all these and because you have read or do it again and again, you do not realize that you commit this mistake.
There is a limit on when major changes and issues need to be completely addressed. Minor issues could be still spotted here and there after this stage but this may not affect your document largely. These could be simply formatting or updating the inessential information to the newest version possible.
If one is still given the chance, and you have spotted the small thing that you think you could change to improve your work, however small, I do not see why you cannot do it. Maybe other people reviewing or approving your work do not even consider it important, but at least, you have done your part to make a work as appropriate, consistent, and complete as possible. It is like, if you know you have to do it, do it! In his epistles, James even taught us that it is considered a sin not to do so (this is not related at all, but anyway).
Maybe this is just perfectionist me talking (which happens most of the time), or consistency is my pet peeve.