Run from Perfect for Your Brain’s Sake

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The desire to be perfect can shrink brainpower needed to become a great leader. How so?

Perfectionism is bad for the brain! Thanks Anna Farmery for engaging ideas about perfectionism and the human brain at your popular podcasts.

Listen here to “brains on perfect” between Anna and me.  

Tell us what you think. When you look at “perfect” as your brain sees it, do you take  the wind out of perfectionism’s demanding sails?

Perfection may drive you to procrastination – yet when you discover quality and excellence you’ll motor toward amazing new horizons. Have you seen it happen?

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5 thoughts on “Run from Perfect for Your Brain’s Sake

  1. eweber Post author

    What what fun you are to discover with and engage on fun topics! Who’d have thunk the e-community held such gems!!! Thanks Friend.

  2. Anna

    I learn so much from putting these podcasts together, I cannot thank you enough. I already have over a dozen emails saying how much they enjoyed this show….I guess what I should say is that I hope it was perfectly imperfect! Thank you, thank you from the bottom of my heart for sharing so willingly

  3. eweber Post author

    Oh Conrad, you are so kind:-)

    The wonderful news about the human brain is that it’s become so available, and yet there are still amazing mysteries the human mind has yet to yield. Thanks for stopping by!

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