Purpose Driven Life...
Are you a perfectionist? Let me reveal to you this important fact…
Perfectionism can hinder you from achieving excellence at anything you do.
Usually, Perfectionists are procrastinators. They don’t start unless everything is just perfect. They don’t even finish a task. They keep on delaying and putting it aside because it is not perfect yet.
Don’t ever fall in this trap. The most difficult step is the first. Nothing should be perfect. The most interesting thing is that nothing would ever be perfect.
You must start with whatever resources you have at hand, then improve and grow. You must jump into the field and gain experience that you would never gain if you stay at your place putting perfect plans!
Here is one of my favorite quotes:
"Excellence is the gradual result of always striving to do better."
-- Pat Riley, Basketball Coach
Strive to do better and you will become excellent at what you do. Stop procrastination and waiting for everything to be perfect.
What gives you the motivation to start and take bold actions is having a clear purpose in life. When you have a true meaning for your life and passion for a big dream, you couldn’t wait for things to be perfect. Instead you create your opportunities. The fire of passion drives you.
Having a purpose makes you fundamentally unstoppable. You are motivated to start and strive to become and do better along the way. If you have a purpose that fires your soul you would never sit and wait for circumstances or things around you to become perfect.
You will recognize that life is short and that you have to take action now.
When you live a purpose driven life, and understand that excellence can only be achieved by striving to do better every single day, then you are on the right track to achieve great results and massive success.
A purpose driven life is critical for you to overcome procrastination and perfectionism.
The power of your purpose will motivate you to take immediate actions. Life is short and success is a journey. You can never reach your destination without taking the first step!