Although it can lead to imperfect — or even damaging — consequences, many of us strive for perfection anyway.
Procrastination, ironically enough, is one of those unfortunate consequences.
“In our pursuit of unreachable standards, we endlessly spin our wheels rather than move forward. In some cases, we never even start. The quest for perfection can be so intimidating that our productivity screeches to a halt,” said Debbie Jordan Kravitz, professional organizer and author of Everything I Know About Perfectionism I Learned from My Breasts. For some people, perfectionism can become all-consuming, so “reaching perfection is all they can see, feel, want or even need,” she said.
Fear of failure is part of perfectionism.
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