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How to Beat Perfectionism, Make Progress, and Find Happiness

How to Beat Perfectionism, Make Progress, and Find Happiness

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When we question our thinking

People became philosophers when they began to question what guides their thinking and analyze their thoughts.


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All-or-nothing thinking

Today, one of the most common destructive thought patterns is all-or-nothing thinking. In other words, perfectionism.


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Pragmatism and perfectionism

Pragmatism — as opposed to perfectionism — does not share the same paralyzing hang-ups; it takes what it can get.

Our pursuits should be aimed at progress, no matter how much it’s possible for us to make.


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Thinking like radical pragmatists 

....ambitious, aggressive, and rooted in ideals, but also imminently practical and guided by the possible.  Not thinking small, but making the distinction between the critical and the extra.  💪 


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