Issue 212 – Stop Aiming for Perfection

Stop Aiming for Perfection

By Kristen Howe

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Even though I have experienced loa results your constant encouragement is so supportive when focusing on more difficult goals. TKU TKU TKU.
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Quick Tip

When you decide to replace your desire to be perfect with the commitment to constantly and consistently grow and adjust – you give yourself the opportunity to experience joy and fulfillment beyond limits.

Perfection is impossible – there I said it. However, evolution is exciting and allows you to become more and experience more than you would have imagined – AND it is so much more fulfilling!

Ask yourself how you can shift your focus from perfection to evolution – and stop the perfection quest and allow yourself the joy of the evolution journey!


26 Responses to “Issue 212 – Stop Aiming for Perfection”

  1. Dana Lux says:

    Yes, Kristen, I’m in!! Ready to put myself out there!!! It feels scary and exciting
    All at the same time! Thank you for all that you do!!

  2. Dg says:

    This is so me! I want everything perfect , kids health, their grades, home, each room and work and every area of my work, kills me!!! I have learn to evolve in most area but home , cleanness and tidyness is my killer. I go nuts bringing home in place after each travel, I can’t seem let it go.

    No clue what else I can think or do different here.

    Thanks for all wonderful insights!

    Darshi

  3. Mark says:

    Great analogy about opening night. Performers have a specific period of time to practice and perform but at some point opening night comes. Butterflies and all, it’s time to get on the stage to show the world what you have been preparing for! Thanks for the reminder.

  4. Svetlana Nakamura says:

    Thank you Kristen. Basically, you are saying keep trying, do not beat yourself up and do not give up. The timing is good for me, I needed a reminder. Thank you for been there for me.

  5. Karl Sapp says:

    Thank you so much for the stage analysis I am a working performer I play 4-5 times a week and sometimes I find myself trying to make everything perfect and it drives me crazy so I do get it thank you for the video.

  6. Virginia says:

    You are good enough. Get it out there, listen to feedback, make adjustments. The world needs you. Thanks for the reminder Kristen. I’m close to going BIG. At last ! I’m nearing 65 and as that’s a milestone I want to make it something special.

  7. Parrick says:

    hi there k.h. thank you for this #212 video i needed that ,oxoxoxw.u.a. i’m in lake geneva ,wi

  8. Bonnie says:

    Thank you, Kristin! I am here!

  9. Joshua Clayton says:

    Hey, Kristen, I understand, and I will follow through no matter what.

  10. Frank Healy The Memory Healer says:

    For a long time I had wondered how you can use the Law Of Attraction without striving for perfection. After all you visualize and feel the achievement of your goal. It is good to know that life learning still applies. You can even look at your past mistakes and instead of beating yourself up you learn from them. We all have a treasure trove of undiscovered learning’s that can come form our current experiences. It is imperative to learn from feedback that people give you as well as feedback that the universe gives you.

  11. Vix says:

    Hello Kristen
    Thank you so much for this short but oh-so thunder-bolt video! It’s really struck a chord with me and I am determined to follow your advice.
    Thank you again!

  12. Dragan says:

    What you say is true, Kristen! However, from where that need for perfection come for? I think most of us were thaught from very early age to be perfect. Our parents, culture, education punished us for the mistakes we made, but rarely praised for achieving success. So we learned that the “achievement” is something good and “failure” something bad. One step in addressing these habits is the understanding that failure is not a bad thing, but something that gives us feedback for further success. It is wise, therefore, to learn from failure and not to see that as the end of the world. Of course, as with everything else, it is necessary to practice this concept. And the best way to do that is to dare something worthy 🙂

    Thank you, Kristen for being You!

    Dragan

  13. John says:

    Kristen:

    Here’s to getting it out there.

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