‘Perfect’ Is A Great Target But A Lousy Goal

Striving for something and expecting to achieve it are two very different things.

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We use the word ‘perfect’ a lot and for the most part in an entirely well-intentioned way. We use it to focus our desire for the best of the things we enjoy most or which carry great importance. We try to brew the perfect cup of tea, we try to spend a perfect afternoon with a loved one, we try to perfect…

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A professional dancer, choreographer, theatre creator, and featured TEDx speaker with an honours degree in psychology, two black belts, and a lap-top.

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A professional dancer, choreographer, theatre creator, and featured TEDx speaker with an honours degree in psychology, two black belts, and a lap-top.

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