The Overachiever’s Guide to Beating Perfectionism and Living a Joyful Life
Does the following apply to you?
- You are very focused on outcomes, especially results that would make others think highly of you.
- You are also very focused on avoiding failure. To fail in front of others is extremely anxiety-inducing.
- Your mind is very set toward the future, especially when it comes to planning on ways to achieve and avoid failure. You seek security in your relationships, career, and with money.
- Even when you do reach a milestone, you have a hard time celebrating the achievement. You’re most likely already thinking about what you can do better.
- You’ve probably been called a perfectionist at some point, most likely more than once. It doesn’t always feel like a compliment.
If you identify with any of the above, you might have the characteristics of an overachiever and should consider The Overachiever’s Guide to Beating Perfectionism and Living a Joyful Life.
In this book, you will gain insights, proven strategies, and understandings of how your mind and body work together. You will improve your performance and know when slowing down is your best strategy.
The Overachiever’s Guide to Beating Perfectionism and Living a Joyful Life is based on smart science that addresses these characteristics and much more.
Since I can remember, I’ve always felt pressure to push myself. I never felt like I was doing enough.
It was always about working harder, proving myself, and never having an off switch. I was highly ambitious and even competitive. I didn’t necessarily know what I was competing for. Sometimes I was simply competing with myself.
It just didn’t feel safe to slow down. I could never trust uncertainty or simply live in the moment or release my fears to the Universe. So, when I heard people talking differently about these things, it sounded far-fetched or impossible. I thought, “they don’t understand” and continued to keep the pressure on myself.
Eventually, I got it !!! You can get it too !!!