Perfectionism is our most compulsive way of keeping ourselves small, a kind of psychoemotional contortionism that gives the illusion of reaching for greatness while constricting us into increasingly suffocating smallness. – Ursula K. Le Guin
“Refuse to play the perfectionism game”. Let’s not use our apparent desire to be perfect to become an excuse to not do anything challenging or worthwhile. Let’s not say, I’ll do this when … such and such thing happens. We’re only fooling self.
Today I AM coming face-to-face with the excuses I generate so that I don’t have to do something.