Procrastination & the "Perfectionist" – MasteryTV –

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Quotable: “We have to be conscious enough to say, ‘Oh wow, I’m not moving forward because I’m scared. I haven’t completed this because I’m distracted.” – @BrendonBurchard

This is Brendon filmed in a single take and unscripted, without notes or a prompter.

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  1. With due respect to the speaker, in my opinion, he has zero knowledge on this subject because a perfectionist is a prisoner of his own nature. They sometimes know they are trapped but they can't do anything about it. This happens when one is in perfectionism – procrastination loop. Again, in my opinion.

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  3. I disagree. Perfectionism brings it's own unique fear. the fear is of failure, but not of traditional failure. The fear is of not meeting your own standards. The mental turmoil of missing one's goal and not being as good as you expect yourself to be is what causes the fear.

    It's not the fear that needs to be overcome, it's the standards of acceptance that must be lowered.

    perfectionists don't worry about actually perfecting things, they worry about meeting their personal standards. It's not about a fear of others, it's a fear of letting yourself down.