As they understand it, perfectionism isn’t about perfecting things: your job, a specific project, the way you look, or a relationship. At a fundamental level, it’s about perfecting the self, and this urge doesn’t come from a healthy place: “All components and dimensions of perfectionism ultimately involve attempts to perfect an imperfect self,” the authors write.
The murky reprise that public policy serves as a roadblock to autonomous vehicles is happily sung as a chorus, yet with no preceding verse. It’s seemingly enough for naysayers to cry “politics” and expect us all to shrug our shoulders in unified defeat without ever hearing about the actual issues. Sounds like we need to do the work for them. Let’s find out what’s relevant and what isn’t, what needs to change, and how long a timeline we’re facing.