The Perfect Enemy

Two Faces of Perfectionism

  • Emotional distress because they make mistakes,
  • Unnecessary procrastination,
  • Stifled creativity,
  • Fear of failure,
  • Low self-esteem, and
  • Personal unhappiness.

Signposts of Negative Perfectionism

Avoiding the Perfect Enemy

Keep Your Standards Realistic

Accept the Reality of Error

Trust Your Guts More

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