Judy Dang: Precision and Productivity, Not Perfectionism
In this episode, Steve Fretzin and Judy Dang discuss:
- Moving past the perils of perfectionism.
- Embracing imperfection and being open to failures.
- Findings from Judy’s upcoming book, Perfect Enough.
- Getting comfortable with precision, not perfection.
- You are successful despite your perfectionism, not because of it.
- Perfectionists tend to be more motivated and engaged at work, however, the disadvantages far outweigh those positives – burnout, anxiety, and depression among them.
- There is a difference between healthy striving and perfectionism.
- Most of the tasks you do can be judged by pass or fail, rather than a specific grade. Not everything needs to be done to absolute perfection.
“Perfectionism is rooted in a fear, failure, and feelings of inadequacy.” — Judy Dang
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