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Overcoming Perfectionism: Why The Pursuit Of Perfection Is Inherently Flawed!

I believe that self-mastery is determined by our ability to focus on progress, not perfection. We need to constantly strive for improvement, learning, and growth.  It is the journey, not the destination that matters most. That is why I wanted to invite Stuart Anderson, an online entrepreneur, social media influencer, and self-development coach, to write a guest post. He is going to talk about his personal struggle with perfectionism, why the pursuit of perfection is inherently flawed, and how you can shift your all-or-nothing mindset.
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