Being the wolf means living as the fullest expression of who you are-in life and in your career. This is where true happiness is found. This is where the wildest dreams become a reality. Career Transition coach Genea Barnes and inspiring guests share stories, struggles, and advice on what it takes to be who you were born to be. And how to live on purpose in careers they LOVE! This is a must listen if you’re sick of trading happiness to have health insurance and 401k. If you’re ready to go for more.
Monday Apr 05, 2021
Monday Apr 05, 2021
From the outside looking in, the “need to be perfect” doesn’t seem so bad. Many perfectionist have accomplished impressive feats.
But if you suffer from the need to be perfect, you know accomplishing those goals can leave you feeling burned out, manic, full of dread, over-stressed, and sometimes just plain crazy.
You feel that people will leave you, fire you, and talk about you if you get it wrong, and it’s almost impossible to finish a project because it will never be good enough.
Your ducks need to be in a row at ALL times.
Don’t let anyone know that you feel panicked inside, and for God’s sake, don’t you dare let anyone see you looking less than perfect.
When others make a mistake you wonder how they could possible live with themselves.
The possibility that the world will come crashing down when you make a mistake makes you feel like the hunted prey of a demon.
Hell, sometimes you can’t even get started because someone else already did it well, and how could you possibly top that?
Or maybe you just don’t think you’re good enough to do it right, so why try? Pull the blanket over your head and just make it all go away.
Deep down you know it’s not supposed to be this hard. And you’re right.
The need to be perfect can be transformed and balanced.
Join me and Perfectionism Reform Pro, Audrey Holst as we discuss the ins and outs of perfectionism on live on Self-Sabotaging Sagas.
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