However, you may struggle with this high standard very often, to the point where it drains you from getting more done.
Through practice, you can become more balanced in your approach!
🙂 The “all-or-nothing” mindset is a big problem among perfectionists in general.
While committed to their goals, they do not let failures weigh them down nor define them.
By learning the difference between these 2 types of perfectionism, you can learn to recognize when you’re bordering into the “neurotic” zone and moderate your behavior accordingly.
That’s because they recognize that failure is the path of success, and by failing quickly, it is the surest way to learn what works / doesn’t work and grow. When you think all-or-nothing, what you really get is nothing-and-nothing.