Are You Guilty Of Perfection Syndrome and is it keeping you from success? If you answer yes to this question, then you need to read and share this post.
Please don’t misunderstand me here; there is nothing wrong with trying to do your best and become an expert in what you do.
I found myself over the years having the paralysis of analysis disease and not moving forward.
Are You Guilty Of Perfection Syndrome?
I love this quote from Zig Ziglar – “You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start to be great.”
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Have you ever noticed that people who are perfectionist are usually people you don’t want to be around?
Also over the years, I have found that perfection is a goal never attained.
I heard someone say the other day if the first video you did was fantastic you waited too long to start.
I totally agree with that.
Are You Guilty Of Perfection Syndrome? – Quotes
“Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence.” – Vince Lombardi
“Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.” – Salvador Dali
“The essence of being human is that one does not seek perfection.” – George Orwell
“I’ve seen the majestic beauty of nature and the overwhelming perfection of it. To me, there’s nothing closer to God than that.” – Cote de Pablo
Progress is perfection. Instead of beating yourself up for not reaching all of your goals, try focusing on the progress you are making. If you are moving forward… if you are growing… if you are getting better… if you are being more consistent… if you are having a better attitude… if you are learning… then you are winning. A person who continues to get better is a person that cannot be stopped. – Eric Worre
Are You Guilty Of Perfection Syndrome? – Summary
In Summary, shooting for perfection isn’t bad unless you use that as an excuse for doing NOTHING!
“Shoot for the moon and if you miss you will still be among the stars.” – Les Brown
Nothing wrong to strive for your best in all that you do, but understand that it’s a process that you are always working on.
It’s the journey you are on that’s important not achieving perfection.
Are You Guilty Of Perfection Syndrome? – VIDEO
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