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Perfectionism – Part 1 | Episode 48

While having high standards can take us far in life, trying to earn an “A+” in everything we do can lead to burnout, illness, and depression. Today’s episode, part one of a two-part series, is an invitation to take a look at your perfectionistic tendencies. Are they helping you, or holding you back?

Further reading

  • This article, in Psychology Today, explains the fear-based roots of perfectionism and why chronic perfectionism is detrimental to our health and well-being. It also offers a number of helpful tools and mindfulness exercises to keep perfectionism at bay.
  • It’s often perfectionism that keeps people who are shy/socially anxious from putting themselves and their work out into the world. More about that here and why “imperfect is the new perfect” may be a helpful mantra to adopt.

Share your anti-perfectionism mantra!

Do you have a favorite mantra when you’re mired in perfectionistic thinking? Please share in the comments section!

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About the author, Stephanie

Stephanie created Beautiful Baggage to share her love of travel and exploration and to inspire others to enjoy the benefits of cultivating an adventurous spirit. If you enjoy this podcast, please leave a five-star review on your favorite podcast platform so that others will be able to find it and share!

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