You can’t be a perfectionist. You’re not a perfectionist, because perfection is impossible to achieve. You just need to stop and ask yourself if you’re doing enough for yourself.
Today is the last day of 24 weeks of our own lives, and we all have our lives to live, so we need to think about which days we need to put our best foot forward to make sure we’re doing enough for ourselves. Every day is a new opportunity to make a difference and get closer to that goal – we just have to take the steps and get started.
24 weeks ago from today. A perfect day. A day when we make a choice to act in a way that is good for us and for others. A day where we can create a legacy for ourselves and our families. A day where we focus on our highest goals. A day where we get to work on making a difference. A day where we enjoy what we do and how we do it. So many things can be improved if we take the time to care for ourselves.
24 weeks ago from today is a perfect day. It is a day where we get to do things that we enjoy doing. It is a day where we create a legacy. It is a day where we focus on how we want to be remembered. It is a day where we enjoy what we do and how we do it.
These days 24 weeks ago is a perfect day. It is a day where we focus on our highest goals. It is a day where we get to work on making a difference. It is a day where we enjoy what we do and how we do it. So many things can be improved if we take the time to care for ourselves.
We have the opportunity to do these things on a day that has so much meaning attached to it. When we do something that we love, it makes us feel more fulfilled and gives us a sense of purpose. And when we do something that we love, we feel empowered to do more.
But what if we’re not working on our highest goals? What if we’re just working on something that we’re not proud of? What if we’re just doing something we don’t like and would rather not do? You know what you need to ask yourself? Sometimes it is okay to be okay with yourself and not want to work on goals that you don’t really care about.
How many times have you heard people say, “I feel like I have a lot on my plate, but I’m just not making any progress.
That is a common response that you hear all the time. It could be that you are just not happy with your current life. At that point it would be great to take a break and get back to something you care about. I don’t recommend working hard on goals for no reason. It may have started because you were feeling overwhelmed or overwhelmed you may be feeling overwhelmed with the goals you set.
To make progress as a working professional, you have to work at things that matter to you. However, as a person it’s easy to get swept up in your career and forget what you are actually supposed to be doing.