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- Print Length: 174 pages
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- Publication Date: December 3, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B077C6T24Z
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- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #30,485 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Joy Of Imperfection: A Stress-Free Guide To Silencing Your Inner Critic, Conquering Perfectionism, and Becoming The Best Version Of Yourself! Kindle Edition
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It is therefore very refreshing to pick up a book and find in the first few pages that the author says "Also, you’ve no doubt noticed The Joy Of Imperfection is a short book. That’s by design. In my experience, the most effective way to reverse any self-defeating behavior is through the application of healthy, countervailing practices - hence, the exercises in Part III. You don’t need a 400-page opus that dives deeply into psychology and neuroscience. It would only slow you down."
This book is divided into 3 parts - Part I discusses the various underlying reasons why you might be a perfectionist. This section can almost feel like the author knows you better than you know yourself and this deep understanding of the reader makes the book very effective and plausible.
Part II discusses some signs that your perfectionism is out of control and how to recognise these.
And Part III gives you a complete action guide on how to overcome your perfectionism.
This book is very concise and to the point - there is 0 fluff here.
Without giving too much of the book away, my main takeaways were as follows:
Due to my perfectionism, I can be vary of taking risks and I can tend to procrastinate. This is why when I started my online business, I was very scared to offer my services and I procrastinated for a long long time because in my eyes, I was not the absolute perfect person in my space. As a result, I'm always essentially screwing myself - I have lofty goals in my business but then I procrastinate because everything needs to be perfect. And then I'm left frustrated as to why I haven't hit my goals yet:(
I now look forward to applying the exercises in Part III of the book to overcome these tendencies.
Thanks a ton for writing this book Damon!!