Book of the Week - How to be an Imperfectionist by Stephen Guise•
Posted on February 01 2019
It’s freezing outside, and that means only one thing for the passionate fellow bookworms, a reason plus to stay snuggled in your blankets with a good book in hand. And this week, we chose a really good book for you to check out - How to be an Imperfectionist by Stephen Guise. And it’s not all about letting go mumbo jumbo either, Guise hits the right spots and knows what he is talking about.
Why should you read How to be an Imperfectionist by Stephen Guise?
In today’s modern way of life, we all take on more than we can handle. Furthermore, you constantly worry and stress over the magnitude of your tasks, and even when you do manage to keep on track, you are not satisfied with the results. Things didn’t go according to plan, or you set up higher standards for yourself, you name it, there are a ton of reasons why you don’t acknowledge your achievements. But the one true reason is that you want things to go perfectly in life, and there is no place for perfection if you want to be happy.
Being an imperfectionist isn’t about letting everything go to hell, it’s about letting go of the limits you impose on yourself. Those standards that you have taken upon yourself, will do you no good because life won’t play the way you like it to play out.
Guise has filled his book with solutions, and they are just waiting for you to pick them up. So, let loose a little, let the flames of the inner perfectionist go down because they are burning up all your achievements!
“Imperfectionists are perfectionists in a unique way. Instead of expecting perfect results, the imperfectionist expects perfect progress and consistency.”