You won’t believe how effective this tiny little trick is!
At least, it’s effective for those of us plagued by perfectionism.
Here’s one thing you have to accept, before I share the trick: Perfectionism is NOT a good thing.
Why You DON’T Want The Perfection-Infection
No doubt you’ve seen (or heard it): Someone sighs, frustrated with some kind of outcome that went awry, and says, “It’s because I’m a perfectionist.”
Then they tack on something like:
“ … that’s why I can’t get it done.”
“ … that’s why I’m not happy with it.”
“ … that’s why I haven’t moved forward.”
“ … that’s why it’s not good enough.”
And so on and so forth.
Too many people embrace perfectionism like it’s a good thing. They think it means they’ll settle for nothing less than the best. Like it’s some sort of guarantee that all their work will be high-quality or that they will be super-successful.
If you’re a perfectionist, all it really guarantees is that you’re not likely to finish anything you start. It’ll never measure up to your high standards. Or if you do finish it, you won’t be happy with it.
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