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Managing Perfectionism

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Reflect and Celebrate Success

Reflect on your performance at the end of each day/week. Ask yourself, “Why haven’t I managed to complete the task I have set for today?” and then revise your plan for the following day/week accordingly.  

To make the celebration of success part of your routine, decide on a reward you will give yourself.

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“Which? Why? What? How?” Technique

... for choosing personal goals. Ask yourself these questions:

  1. Ask yourself which aspect of your life you would like to change most.
  2. Think about why you want to change this.
  3. How will that change make you feel? Determine what exactly will make you fe...

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The “Imagination Exercise” Technique

For example, use the "memory loss" scenario: Imagine you don’t know the reasons for your previous decisions and you don’t have to follow any earlier plan. Think about what you will do now. How you will live further.

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Make Your Personal Development Plan

  • Break down your goals into tasks and create a working plan.
  • Each task should be specific and have a deadline. Write them down to track your performance increase commitment to your goal.
  • When writing, use positive and present tense language. It has a great impact...

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Why Set Personal Goals

  • You are in charge. Personal goals force you to take responsibility for the actual efforts and progress.
  • You see the small steps leading to a big picture: big goals can be scary. That’s why you need to break them into clear and manageable steps. 
  • It allows you...

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The Life Balance Chart Technique

  • Draw a chart. Write down each of the various areas of your life (family, health, self-development, career, relationships) in a new column or line.
  • Assess your current happiness level in each of these categories by giving it a score from 1 to 10.
  • Think what wi...

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Write Your Personal Goals

... using the SMART criteria: 

  • Specific: make your goals clear and well-defined. 
  • Measurable: avoid any abstract notions – you should be able to tick “done” any goal you set as well as any step it involves
  • Achievable: Make sure you have enough time ...

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Prioritize Your Personal Development Goals

  • To decide, which goal you want to work on first, rate them from 1 to 10 depending on how important they are for you. Goals with the highest rating should be your priority for now.
  • Another way to prioritize personal goals is to connect the desired outcomes as causes and effe...

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Your focus for the day

Before starting the day, ask yourself: What would I like to focus on today?

Reflect on a goal or task you would like to accomplish today. Anticipating being focused and engaged in your work can help you to realize that vision.

Espace The Need For Outside Validation

To wean off the dependence on other people’s validation, we need to ask ourselves the following:

  1. Can I be responsible for myself today?
  2. If I was to complete only one task, what would I do?
  3. What solid evidence would there be to prove my producti...

Spend Time Reflecting

To improve and grow, reflection is necessary. Start and end each day reviewing outcomes. Ask yourself:

  • What went well today? How can I repeat these results?
  • What challenges did I face? How can I change my actions to get better results in the future?

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