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    Entries in good enough (2)

    Friday
    Jun072019

    Your pursuit of perfectionism could be stopping you from getting things done.

    Your pursuit of perfectionism could be stopping you from getting things done.

    With all the focus on productivity apps, to-do lists, email inbox to zero strategies and advice to wake up at 4am, I don't know about you, but I'm tired and the day has barely started! If we think we've got plenty to do but perhaps not getting it done as soon as we might have hoped, there might be something getting in your way that you haven't considered. Perfection.

    Yup. Perfectionism is on the rise according to the researchers and it stops us putting great ideas out there, pressing 'go' on projects and business concepts and can make us difficult to work with.

    Read more in my article published in B&T magazine. And could you... would it be possible... might you have got in your own way?

    Friday
    Jun072019

    Ever had a perfectionist boss?

    Perfectionism is no longer a badge of honour. And perfectionist bosses or leaders could be causing problems for their team, contibuting to a 'toxic' workplace or culture.

    If you've had a perfectionist boss (most of us can recall a situation or role where nothing was ever 'good enough' for the leader or boss) you'll also remember that things like celebrating the wins, taking risks and trying new things weren't on the agenda.

    Going for what's safe and familiar is preferred for the perfectionist, because even when the team does try something new nothing is ever good enough. People tell me about how they don't see themselves working ‘with’ their perfectionist boss but rather as a servant, minion or lackey working ‘for’ them, responding to their requests, changes, standards and expectations.

    I’m all for continuous improvement. That’s a different thing. My memory of a perfectionist boss was how they didn't feel too good about their skills or capabilities. It flowed on to the whole team. We felt beaten before we’d started a project. Talk about low morale!

    Many workplaces feel 'toxic' and perfectionism sure is an unhelpful game to be going for.

    Go for 'good enough' instead.

    Have you had a perfectionist boss?