I loved this quote from Brene Brown!
How does perfectionism work in your life?
Does it keep you from doing what you know you have to do?
When we have the need to have things perfect, we forfeit joy and growth, for shame and fear!
What if we looked at imperfection as a tool for learning, growing and experiencing life to the full?
If we looked at imperfection from that lens, then we would be free to try new things without fear of failure, we would be living authentically in truth knowing that no one is perfect, we would be realistic in the sense that there will always be someone or something that is better (end of comparison), and we would just use the gifts we've been given to do the best we can on every given day!
How does this quote speak to you?