Episode 193: The 3 Stages of Overcoming Perfectionism

Episode 193: The 3 Stages of Overcoming Perfectionism

Overcoming perfectionism is no mean feat. So if you don’t know that overcoming perfectionism is a journey, with 3 distinct stages along the way, you might quit even though you were on the right path.

Tune in to learn about the 3 stages of overcoming perfectionism. This will help you take stock of your personal development journey so far and discover what you need to do next!

In This Episode You’ll Learn:

  • How to tell whether or not you’re a perfectionist
  • Why taking steps towards a big dream will turn perfectionism into a problem
  • What it means if you spend most of your time procrasti-learning
  • Whether it’s possible to completely overcome perfectionism

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Overcoming perfectionism is a journey, so in this episode I’m breaking down the 3 stages of overcoming perfectionism to help you identify where you are right now and what you have to do next.

Author: Sam Brown