Are You A Procrastinator or A Perfectionist?

Are You A Procrastinator or A Perfectionist?

 

Procrastinator Defined:

Dictionary.com defines procrastinator as:

1. to defer action; delay: to procrastinate until an opportunity is lost.
2. to put off till another day or time; defer; delay.

Perfectionist Defined:

Dictionary.com defines perfectionist as:
1. a person who adheres to or believes in perfectionism.
2. a person who demands perfection of himself, herself, or others.
3. of, relating to, or distinguished by perfection or perfectionism.
 board-786119_640Procrastination and perfection are opposites of each other, but the results of them are equal. A procrastinator will never get anything done because (s)he always puts things off. A perfectionist will never get anything done because the work is not to his/her standards and redoes the work until it is. Both do not move forward.
To get out of this mindset, you must be willing and open-minded to accept the flaws and improve upon them. Without accepting these flaws, and discovering the reasons behind them, you will not push forward and progress. You will remain stuck at these stages.
In the video below, I mention a couple ways to help you get unstuck, out of the stage you are in, and improve your mindset. To learn how to improve yourself, watch the video below.

Are You A Procrastinator or A Perfectionist? (Video):

“Stop wanting to be perfect and move out of perfection. Be willing to move forward imperfectly.” – Ray Higdon

 

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Embrace the power of mindset within you, for the power of your mind will set you free.

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Colleen Burns

EMAIL: colleen@colleenburns.net

SKYPE: colleen.burns62

PS: To further improve your mindset and skills click here: Best of Brian Tracy

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