A Perfectionist’s “Goals” for the New Year

If you’re a perfectionist like me, the temptation is to enter the New Year with extraordinary ambitions. Chances are you’ve already internalized a great deal of pressure to perform.

Perhaps you’ve been paralyzed by it at times or exhausted yourself by worrying about tasks instead of doing them. If this is the case, your pressure level has already passed the point of diminishing returns.

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Ex-social worker. Lay anthropologist. Director of Mastermind Development @ Vos. Trying to figure out what it means to be human.

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