Don't have a perfect week

"Pursuing perfection is like a sailor pursuing the horizon." (Thomas M. Sterner, The Practicing Mind)

Three thoughts on the disease of perfectionism:

  • It's an impossible standard we would never want anyone to hold us to, and yet it's an impossible goal we always try to pursue ourselves.

  • It is the most cunning enemy of getting things done

  • It's the easiest way to prevent any real success from actually feeling good.

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