“If everything was perfect, you would never learn and you would never grow.”
Beyonce’s wise words are a gorgeous message for us to all hold and such a healthy reminder.
There is no such thing as perfect.
You are on a beautiful journey.
Why be tense behind the wheel when you can be more relaxed and enjoy the ride?
When my Rebel Circle auto-charge system stopped working, I could have freaked out because it wasn’t perfect, but instead, I looked at this as a learning opportunity. WWW’s super web lead Wil and I paused, researched, identified the issue, and actually decided to not continue on the path we were on! The imperfect issue actually generated a more perfect solution for us! I also looked at this as a “there is a reason this is happening” message. Some of our rebels want to be in our circle for a few months, so the auto-charge system doesn’t work well for them. And for me, who is very high-touch (despite this high-tech world) this felt more aligned for me and how I want to engage y’all!
As you approach your work, remember that we need to keep one foot in front of the other.
When I read this definition of perfection I cringed: the condition, state, or quality of being free or as free as possible from all flaws or defects.
Our flaws shape us and allow us to tune in to our gifts! I love to say “Do what you do best, and pay others to do the rest!”
What perfection issues pop up for you as you read this? Are there any perfection thoughts coming up that are holding you back?
What support do you need to work more on your gifts?
Are you committed to going after what you want? It means letting go of being perfect. Commitment stems from two areas – discomfort and desire.
Focus on what you desire to shed any perfection issues. It’s ok to feel the discomfort, be present to it, tune into it, forgive it and let it go.
If I can support you in any way, don’t hesitate to reach out!