Struggling with perfection?  This is for you.

overcoming fear and perfection

One of the biggest challenges entrepreneurs have with achieving desired success is that they don’t slay the perfection monster right from the start.

Stop and think for a moment.

How many projects have you put on hold because you were needed to have everything perfect?

I see it time and time again.

Completed websites that aren’t launched because the color scheme or layout doesn’t seem just right.

Courses not being launched because you don’t have a big enough list.

Launches rescheduled because you are waiting for the perfect date.

It’s time to stop the nonsense.

If you say you want a successful business now is the time.

You see, the perfection is really a cover up so you can hide behind the real issue which is fear.

Fear of judgment.

Fear of failure.

If you don’t push past fear, you won’t ever reach your fullest potential. (tweet this!)bnbtwitter-icon

So how do you do it?

I have a simple answer, keep scrolling.

Keep going.

Here it is, you ready?

You just do it!

And then remember that done is better than perfect!

It doesn’t have to have it perfect because it won’t ever be.  There will always be something that can be changed, better, nicer.

You can always go back and tweak it.  The point is, you need to get it out there to the world.

Somebody out there needs your gift, your talent, your skill and you are worrying about a color on a website?

Remember this. Even if you spend another 5 hours, 5 days or 5 months perfecting something, there will still be someone who may or may not like it. So why let that stop you?

Chances are no one will even notice your imperfection.  And if they do and have an issue they weren’t your ideal client or customer.

Stop the madness and go create a life and business you love. It starts with you.

Go slay the monster and get out there!


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overcoming fear and perfection