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Embracing Imperfection

Embracing Imperfection

"The Good Enough Job" encourages embracing imperfection in one’s career. Stolzoff argues that striving for perfection can lead to burnout and dissatisfaction, while accepting a "good enough" job can lead to a more fulfilling and sustainable work life.


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This book resonated deeply with me, and the biggest takeaway is that we can't keep pouring 90% of ourselves into work and leaving only scraps for our personal lives. Our well-being at home is just as crucial as our professional success.

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