Why do we feel like we have to do everything right? We feel like we have to do it perfectly. We have to be a perfectionist. We have to be a perfectionist because we want to be perfect. We want to feel like we have to stay perfect. The problem is that perfectionism is often counterproductive. We feel like we have to do things the best way we know how to do them. We feel like we have to be perfect so we can feel like we are perfect.
It’s a very popular idea that perfectionism is a path to chaos. This is because it’s often hard to feel like we are perfect because perfectionism requires that we be a complete idiot. We think we have to be perfect because we have to be perfect, but perfectionism leads to a lot of chaos because it requires that we be completely blind and disorganized.
It is a common belief that perfectionism is a road to chaos, but I think its mostly a myth. Its a lot easier to feel like we have to be perfect when we have a lot to do and we are not aware of our surroundings. It is much harder to do a lot of things we are aware of and be a perfectionist because the more we do things that we know are important, the more we will feel like we are doing some thing we should be doing.
I think there is a way to deal with this. I think we have to take up with the idea that we are not perfect, that we have a lot to do and many things to do it well. We have to start working on ourselves instead of letting them work on us. We have to have a good idea of what we are doing and what we should be doing. We have to work on a lot of things we know we need to work on.
In this case, it’s a letter s that we create to go to the front of the box. It’s very similar to the S in “S.A.S.” (Self Actualization/Self Awareness) and it’s an effective way to acknowledge why we’re doing things. It’s not about being perfect. It’s about being aware of the things we do well and the things we do poorly.
We’re not perfect, we’re not even close to being perfect. Most of us are constantly striving to improve ourselves and to reach our goals. We can’t help but to fail because we are human. You won’t be perfect either, but you have the potential to become better. That’s what makes the S in S.A.S. Self ActualizationSelf Awareness so effective. It helps us acknowledge our failures and to avoid them.
So the first step to Self-Awareness is awareness. Thats pretty simple actually. We are aware of how we are not aware of ourselves, or of our actions. We are aware of our failures and our successes. We are aware of the things that we do right, and the things that we do wrong.
To become Self-Aware we need to know who we are. We need to understand our history and our personality. We need to see ourselves, and we need to see the world.
When I first came across this idea, I was already aware of some of my flaws and my “weaknesses”. I had a bit of an “I need to work on my self-confidence and it needs to be my first priority,” attitude. I was also aware that I was very self-conscious.
The problem with this is that it is not a process that can be learned. It is something that you have to work with.