Telling yourself something needs to be perfect to be “good enough” sets yourself up for failure. “Good enough” exists on a spectrum, influenced by the situation, the context and other things that are happening in life, as well as your well-being, values, and priorities.
- We have control over the qualities we embody
- You won't always get the best result
- It's better to try than to miss opportunities
- Nothing has to be perfect
- Focus more on getting better than being perfect
- Don't be your own obstacle
- Stories we tell ourselves
- Comparison: How to make sure you allow yourself a level playing field
- Be aware of whom you compare yourself to
- You were born good enough for anything
- Know the difference between perfection and 'good enough'
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