Ditch Your All-or-Nothing Attitude: Small Steps to Happiness and Success

August 2, 2017

Think for a minute: What’s your greatest aspiration? Maybe you want to start your own business, or find a way to make a difference in the world. No matter what your professional or personal goals, many high achievers have certain traits in common. One trait that can drive you to succeed—but can also work against you—is perfectionism.

 

According to Gordon Flett, a professor of psychology in the Faculty of Health at York University who has done research on perfectionism and health, recent studies continue to suggest that the costs of perfectionism outweigh the benefits. Let’s take a closer look at one aspect of perfectionism that can hinder you from making progress, achieving your goals, and, in many cases, even taking the first step toward something you want—all-or-nothing thinking. {Continue Reading at Happify}

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