We all know someone who’s a perfectionist.
Someone who is always striving for flawlessness. They set themselves high standards every day and constantly critique their own performance.
Surprisingly… perfectionists aren’t always successful in life.
In fact, perfectionism can be a self-defeating way to live. Constantly trying to live up to impossibly high standards will only leave you burnt-out and frustrated.
But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t chase the impossible.
“We would accomplish many more things if we did not think of them as impossible.” – Vince Lombardi.
Chasing the impossible isn’t about being a perfectionist. It’s about reaching for the moon. Because, even if you miss, you’ll still land somewhere among the stars.
(and that’s better than staying on the ground).
How do you do this without falling on your butt? That’s what you’re about to discover…