No hair out of place. Straight A's. Your house impecabbley clean. No one can dispute that our society rewards and recognizes when we are 1 and things look great. Plus, it feels good when you achieve mastery. The benefits of perfecting and refining a skill are clear, but what are the costs to yourself and your loved ones of obsessive perfectionsim. How do you know when you are perfecting something that no one notices or cares about but yourself? How much free time would you have for your families, hobbies, and interests if you could stop when things are good enough? Practice an act of kindness to yourself and say "no" to your obsessive tendencies.
Ragini Elizabeth Michaels
Ragini Elizabeth Michaels, Ragini Elizabeth Michaels is an internationally acclaimed trainer of NLP Neuro-Linguistic Programming and Ericksonian Hypnosis, an accomplished Be...Find out more »