Progress Over Perfection

By Noreen Music | Book Writing

Oct 13
Progress over Perfection

Progress Over Perfection


If you are, I’m writing this book for YOU!!

The key to make progress over perfection is to make the decision to take the first step on the journey.

Learn to be content with what you accomplish, even when it's not perfect.

Work on letting go of your fear of failing….failures are simply lessons that improve your future.

Small steps, done consistently everyday makes a massive impact on how productive you are over time.

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"You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step." - Martin Luther King, Jr

Perfect Means Less Progress

The quest for total perfection is exhausting when the pressure to be perfect is not necessary.

The more perfect we think things need to be, the more distracted we are and the less progress we make.

Unrealistic perfectionism clings to this crazy notion that if you can’t do it perfectly the first time and you put it off, magically sometime down the road, you’ll be more intelligent, have more time and do it absolutely perfect.

The serious problem with this logic is that it’s flawed.

The perfect time never comes and your work sits there undone. The vicious perfectionism, procrastination, paralysis cycle continues and feelings of guilt, shame, and intense stress get piled on.

Doing Your Best is Progress

Do your best in your work and your best truly is good enough.

Acknowledge that at the beginning of learning or doing something new, you won’t be good at it. You will never be perfect at something the first time you try it.

Keep at it. Persist and be consistent. Practice and improve. Iterate as you learn.

These are the keys to getting good and "perfecting" a task or new skill and creating a thriving business.

The more you practice being perfectly imperfect, you will see that poisonous perfectionism is not necessary to make progress on achieving your big dreams.

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About the Author

Owner of Organize My Space Calgary. A Trained Professional Organizer and Productivity Mastery Coach passionate about helping you become free from clutter and disorganization both at work and at home.

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