Steven Schuster

How to Stop Being a Perfectionist

Are your perfectionist tendencies making you stressed, anxious, or stuck in inaction?

A constant feeling of crumbling under the mountains of expectations placed on you is a serious problem that can rob you of productivity, happiness, and fulfillment. Perfectionism triggers a deep sense of inadequacy in us. Will we ever be enough?

Perfectionism cripples the mind, kills creativity, and harms performance.

Learn actionable techniques to feel more confident, procrastinate less, and take immediate action. Manage your time better to accomplish more goals without seeking perfection.

Stop missing out on learning and growing opportunities.

How to Stop Being a Perfectionist is unique as it not only covers everything you need to know about perfectionism but also provides a practical, step-by-step 30 -day program to reduce it in your life to a level of (almost) perfection.

Become productive and achieve your goals quickly.

Steven Schuster is an internationally bestselling author, former teacher, and a recovering perfectionist. As a teacher, he kept himself to high standards to provide the best education for his students. But this often came with more stress and less time for his family. Thus, he started researching the cure for perfectionism many years ago. This book is a collection of the best tips, practices, and stories he has found to end perfectionism-related struggles.

Be confident in your abilities and take action bravely.

After reading this book, overcoming perfectionism will be the only option you’ll see, and you’ll have all the stress-free tools to do it. There will be pitfalls, but day by day, you’ll get to a better place.

Discover your main reasons to pursue perfection and learn how to change these beliefs.

•Learn to take risks.

Learn to set realistic expectations and goals.

•Test to discover your level of perfectionism.

Don’t let your unrealistic expectations ruin your personal and professional growth and happiness. Learn. Laugh. Live. There is no shame in imperfection. But it’s a shame to waste your life chasing the illusion of perfection.
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    lay gives us the chance to take a break from all of the pressure we feel to be perfect and just take some time to relax and have fun.
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    Accept and appreciate that you, and your life, are perfectly imperfect.
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    reveal their imperfections

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