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CPA Congress 2019 

 October 2019 








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The Problem with our Pursuit for Perfection and the Life-Changing Practice of Good Enough’



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 It's not 'drawing'...



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Build this powerful, influential skill to help make sense of change, communicate clearly and engage people in the most challenging situations

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    « You don’t have to be the perfect leader | Main | Not a perfectionist? »

    Careful how you answer this popular job interview question!

    Next time you’re preparing for a job role interview, think carefully. If a potential employer asks the classic question about weaknesses, what will you say?

    Many people offer in response to the ‘What’s your greatest weakness?’ question that they're a perfectionist. They think it still sounds positive, not too bad a weakness.

    Saying you're a perfectionist can sound like you're a hard worker and that you have high standards. But beware! Perfectionism isn’t turning out to be a good trait after all.

    Recent data from PhD researchers Curran and Hill have uncovered that perfectionism is on the rise globally and it's a behaviour that's not making us feel good about ourselves nor helping us bring our best to a job role. Perfectionism has links to depression, anxiety, suicidal thoughts, migraines, asthma, insomnia and plenty of other nasties.

    It's time to stop putting our hand up for something that isn't helping us or a potential employer.

    What's a weakness you'd rather share in an interview ... that's not perfectionism?

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