Perfection is a vampire sucking the blood of success

The idea that perfection is a prerequisite for success is prevalent both in popular culture and in self-help books, but it’s not entirely accurate. In fact, the desire to be perfect can diminish a person’s likelihood of achieving what they want in life. Being perfect is a vampire: constantly sucking the blood of your success. So what does it mean to be successful? What this post will explore are…

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