Aim for Progress not Perfection

When perfection is your aim it often ends in failure. It can lead to procrastination and make you lose heart and even give up. It may stop you from getting started in the first place.

Perfectionism can run rampant on your self-esteem, your confidence, and your motivation to do more.

“Perfectionism is self-abuse of the highest order.” Anne Wilson…

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I live in Christian community, on an island 90kms off the east coast of Auckland, New Zealand. I also write a blog — https://www.facebook.com/breadonthewaters/

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Davidhollis

Davidhollis

I live in Christian community, on an island 90kms off the east coast of Auckland, New Zealand. I also write a blog — https://www.facebook.com/breadonthewaters/

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