Perfectionism: The Essential Guide On How to Overcome Perfectionism, Learn The Effective Ways on How to Stop Being a Perfectionist And Help Your Business Achieve Success Quicker If you are a natural perfectionist and you want to start your own business, you might want to rethink this attitude. Perfectionism can be an entrepreneur's worst enemy. In fact, psychologists consider perfectionism a disorder. Prominent business thinkers like Steve Jobs also strongly discourage entrepreneurs from trying to be perfect. Although perfectionism can be a driving force to success, it is a double-edged sword that can lead your business to crash because of your impossibly high standards. Instead of aiming for perfection, you should take action instead. This book will teach you about the perils of trying to achieve perfectionism in business. It would aim to correct the misconception that everything needs to be perfect before launching a successful business. It would teach you the importance of taking immediate action instead of trying to perfect something. This book will teach you about the following topics: -When Being a Perfectionist is Bad -Perfection Is In The Eye of the Beholder -Ending the Success Maker Before It Starts: Momentum -The Quicksand of Perfectionism -Avoiding the Win/Win Situation -Dead to Perfectionism - Alive to Success! Being a perfectionist can be a good thing in some circumstances But if you are an internet-based business owner, perfectionism will not do well. To be successful in this business, one must take action quicker than waiting for things to be perfect. If you want to learn more about how to stop the urge of trying to achieve perfection while running an internet-based business, scroll up and click "add to cart" now.
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About Marcus Mulenga
Eugene Lim is the author of several novels, including Fog & Car and The Strangers. His writing has appeared in Fence, the Denver Quarterly, Little Star, Dazed, the Brooklyn Rail, and elsewhere. He is the founder and managing editor of Ellipsis Press and works as a librarian in a high school. He lives in Queens, New York.