Are you one of those people who are always trying to be perfect? If so, how’s that working out for you so far? Although it is admirable to possess such lofty standards, could it be that your ‘obsession’ with perfection is holding you back from being more productive and successful? As a home business entrepreneur, can you really afford to spend SO much time ‘fussing’ with or avoiding imperfections, especially when in most cases your less than perfect efforts will STILL get the job done?
If business success is what you seek perhaps ’embracing’ imperfection will allow you to get more done by NOT getting too hung up with everything being just so!
With the understanding that your quest for perfection may in fact be holding you back, how is it that you can ‘train’ yourself to accept results that are less than perfect? Well the answer can be found in just one single word, conditioning! The following article discusses 4 simple strategies you can use to condition yourself into accepting that NOT everything you do needs to be absolutely perfect!
All this talk about being more accepting of imperfections in your efforts and in life is for a reason, being perfect or at least trying to be will only get in your way and hold you back! Let’s hear what Holly G has to say about our obsession with perfection and how it can and will keep you from achieving more in your business or life…
Trying to be perfect all the time will likely result in higher frustration levels while also making you less productive! The discussion(s) presented above take the stance that targeting perfection all the time can literally be holding you back from being more successful than you already may be! For those of you who aspire to be successful as business entrepreneurs good results are what you need but few results is what you’ll get when obsessing with things being always perfect! Embracing imperfection and accepting that sometimes good is good enough will allow you to get more done thus increasing your probability of success! In the end it appears that it is a wiser choice to simply focus less on being perfect and more on adding value when and where you can!