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Why Being a Perfectionist is Stopping You from Being Productive

Perfectionism is typically motivated by a desire for greatness, yet it can backfire. There are three significant blunders that perfectionists frequently make.

First, they are frequently unable to delegate or identify any choice as unimportant, preventing them from acting quickly or delegating.

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Online lifestyle and wellness blog for women. The site is built around the philosophy of mindful living through mindful choices — something often at odds with our fast paced lives.

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Jennifer McDougall

Jennifer McDougall

Founder of POLLY + McDougall Media in Los Angeles, CA. I write about relationships, self-care, mental health, and living a happy and healthy life.

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