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Some days ago, I attended a meetup where we talked about failure culture. Fascinating views and conversations. And it inspired me to write this up. Maybe it serves you too - if so, let I'd love to hear from you. Just drop me an e-mail at [email protected]
"I am really good at my job - and still make mistakes.
I adore honesty - and still I lie sometimes.
I have clear boundaries - and still on occasions don't manage to say no.
I decided to not participate in drama - and still find myself in it from time to time.
I am a strong leader - and still, also soft and yearn to be taken care of occasionally.
I am generally organized - and sometimes still chaotic.
I'm a serious person - and still laugh about silly stuff.
I'm a feminist - and still love (most) men.
I'm a happy person - and can still fall into a black hole sometimes.
I generally know what's the right thing to do - and still fail to do it every once in a while.
I'm ambitious - and still have totally...
We all know someone who says he or she is a perfectionist. Here's what's behind and 2 crucial things to know about it.
Too much to do (or so it seems) and too little time. A common disease which attacks me as well from time to time. Suddenly things seem to pile up and before we can blink, the day is over.
And the pressure increases.
And voila: we feel stressed, thoughts start racing in our head, we're urgently looking for solutions, start rushing and trying to be even more efficient than usual.
More often than not with the result that we're even more stressed AND still not all things are being done, we start lagging behind, which boosts stress again.
A pretty damn horrible spiral.
Thankfully there are some strategies that help us getting out of that. In this video I talk about the 3 I found really helpful and most effective (there are many more - still, got to start somewhere, right?).
Well, that's exactly the trap we fall into when we got so much to do. Instead of hitting the brakes and changing something, we continue doing more of what we've done in the...