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    « Not a perfectionist? | Main | The road to nowhere »

    It's not binary

    I’ve posted recently on productivity, quality and getting out of your own way.

    My new book ’ish - The problem with our pursuit for perfection and the life changing practice of good enough’ is out now.

    A fear I’ve heard is: if we 'ish' anything it will mean the ‘crapification’ of everything. People will care less, do less and not bother about anything anymore.

    But woah there, wait a moment; ish isn't that binary, on/off, black/white. 'ish' means somewhat, approximately and it's not for every situation.

    'To ish or not to ish’ is one of the book's chapters. Some things are suitable to be good enough or 'ish', others not.

    You see, perfectionism is a problem, a growing global addiction causing depression, anxiety, overthinking, burnout, insomnia and other health issues. It’s worth finding ways to tackle our unhealthy pursuit for perfect that shows up in our daily thinking, behaviours, tasks, activities and projects.

    Join me as we find new ways to think and work that don't require our pursuit for perfection but rather help us go for things that are fit for purpose.

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