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Fear of failure

Perfection paralysis is defined by the immobilizing fear of the failure of not reaching your own expectations, as well as those of others . In fact, when you’re approached to carry out a task or project at work, you might say to yourself, “I’m going to give 110% and produce something that’s absolutely perfect”.

However, what actually happens is that you become paralyzed by stress. Fear of failure stops you, and you’re unable to come up with any creative and innovative ideas.

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