Jan 9, 2020
I sometimes joke (but not really joking) that I’m a recovering perfectionist. Anyone else feel that way? 🙋🏼♀️
I used to really struggle with an all-or-nothing mentality. If I couldn’t do things perfectly I would just push them off until I thought I “had enough time” or the situation was “just right” for things to be perfect.
A few years ago I learned how to use the “good, better, best” technique to help me still keep my promises to myself even if I couldn’t be perfect.
This one simple trick has helped me learn to train my brain that I can say I’m going to do something and actually do it….even if it’s not as perfect as I actually wanted. This process is what helps me gain momentum towards the things I want to get done instead of getting stuck in the “I’ll start again on Monday” mentality.
I just released a new podcast where I teach this process to you guys, and give you specific examples of times I applied this. I hope you like it!
PS - this is one of the strategies I teach in my 21 Day Challenge. We are starting our challenge up next week and I would LOVE for you to join us! You get daily videos from me for 21 days where I teach you my exact process for learning to get unstuck and re-write your story. Best case scenario: you learn tools that will change your life. Worst case scenario: you get to hang out with me for 21 days :) I hope you will join us! 👉🏻 challenge.nataliehodson.com