Trust that your intuition and experience will guide you.
Freedom from the weight of perfection can be creatively liberating. Making occasional mistakes is expected and part of being human. Next, slow down and analyze what, precisely, is stressing you out. Write down the specific tasks that are causing the feelings of stress. You might discover that the situation isn’t as dire as you thought.
Here are six illustrations of what it’s like to be in our heads.
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She deserves to be happy in her workplace without struggling to maintain self-imposed, almost-impossible-to-achieve standards.
Ryan was so drunk he hardly found the keyhole, then stumbled over the threshold and fell down on the floor.
You aren’t helping anyone if you burn out and quit.
If you relate to this story so far, I’m willing to bet that your 80% of effort is most people’s 100%.
So, by caring less, you’re actually caring just enough.
Consider this apt quote: the perfect is the enemy of the good.
When you reduce the pressure on yourself to attain perfection, you can flow more quickly and easily through your tasks.