Ah… the tornado of perfectionism.
The perfect golf swing. The perfect blog inspiration. The perfect puppy.
The motivational stuff tells us to strive for perfection. We might not reach perfection, but at least we get further, right?
But what about the frustration devouring you from the inside?
How do you silence the inner beast that horsewhips you to be exceptional…or else?
A magical place exists where perfectionism and peace live harmoniously.
Ready to follow the yellow brick road?
Many of us wait for the perfect situation. But waiting is the most insidious form of perfectionism. Indecision paralyzes us from taking action.
Theodore Roosevelt said:
“In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing, the next best thing is the wrong thing, and the worst thing you can do is nothing.”
We never take that leap of faith when waiting for something better to happen. You might wait your entire life, and get bitter...