#Perfectionism is often driven by striving for excellence, but it can be self-sabotaging.
There are three big mistakes that tend to kill perfectionists’ productivity.
First, they are often unable to designate any decision as unimportant which prevents them from quick action or #delegation.
Second, they feel #morally obligated to overdeliver.
Third, they rigidly cling to habits that might no longer be serving them. #Awareness is the first step in overcoming these problems.
Perfectionists can also develop heuristics, such as “if I have thought about this choice three times, I will make a call and get on with it,” picking areas in which to #overdeliver and areas in which meeting expectations is okay, and reviewing #commitments to make sure they are still of use.
Do you carry the "burden" of a Perfectionist?
How do you tackle your "ticks"?
Any suggestions - how to get over our own built boundaries to reach success ( in time)?
Good Luck Everyone!