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Realizing when you are working for diminishing returns lets you be less perfect about some things, so you can concentrate on what’s important.
Achieving perfectionist ideals takes extra time and effort that doesn’t always translate into a bigger impact of your results.
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Talk honestly and openly to someone about your tendencies and how you’re working on getting better.
Ask them to tell you when you are being too fussy about something so you can think about it.
Perfectionists tend to keep tweaking their work endlessly. To counter that, you can create a checklist for each task.
With a checklist that reminds you to confirm what you’ve done, you needn’t endlessly slog. You’re following a process with discrete and me...
Try to identify things you avoided due to fear of failure and situations where your perfectionism wasn’t worth it or moments where you did well despite being uncertain.
Your objective here is to learn where perfectionism has a positive impact and where it does not.
To manage your perfectionism you can “calibrate your standards” by showing your efforts to someone early in the process. You may discover it’s already “good enough. ”
Even if you need to continue to work on it, the feedback will help you improve. Also, keep in mind that yo...
Many perfectionistic tendencies are rooted in fear and are maintained even when they become counterproductive. Perfectionists worry that if they are less meticulous and conscientious, it will hurt their performance and standing.
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It can either propel you into serious action or paralyze your ability to accomplish even the most basic tasks.
Often, those who struggle with perfectionism have issues giving up control. In them lies a deeply rooted fear of failure.
Perfectionist behavior is a broad personality trait prevalent in today's generation. It is defined as a hypercritical relationship with one's self.
While setting high standards for oneself can be deemed as a positive quality, but perfectionism more or less assumes that...
Psychologists define other-oriented perfectionism as people who direct their unrealistic perfect expectations outward, such as at their partner, co-workers, and children.
These perfectionists appear to view themselves as flawless and others as coming short...
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