Studies that included nearly 25,000 working-age individuals demonstrated that perfectionism is consistently related to higher levels of burnout, workaholism, and depression.
Perfectionism is generally accompanied by black and white thinking, insecurity, anxiety, stress, and procrastination!
Perfectionism is not only wanting your work to be perfect but also wishing that things and circumstances around you would be perfect (Like politics, the number on the scale, colleagues.)
Why perfection doesn’t work
How success can be acquired through failure and the willingness to fail, and why you should strive to fail five times a month
How to replace the All or Nothing mentality with the Minimum Line approach
How to befriend your inner critic
My tips and strategies for overcoming perfectionism
Overcoming perfectionism cannot be solved by someone else. It is our own personal work and journey….not something that we could outsource, like the laundry.
But we have innate wisdom and the ability to let go of perfectionism’s grip and exchange it with curiosity acceptance and commitment.
In this workshop, you will discover
November 19, 2020
7:30 pm EST
A BIT ABOUT MALKA
Dr. Malka Yaacobi is an inspirational speaker, consultant, mindfulness teacher, life and wellness coach, and musician, who has worked in the realm of human potential for thirty years.
Malka brings extensive experience in leadership and personal development to corporate and nonprofit professionals and community members, parents, and those who serve in the health and wellness fields. Professionally, she is committed to helping people surf the waves of life with curiosity and a sense of openness to new ideas.