Summary of Stephen Guise's How To Be An Imperfectionist

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Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Book Preview: #1 Perfectionism can be defined as the belief that if you don't do everything perfectly, you shouldn't do anything at all. This type of perfectionism reduces the number of situations in which a person will take action.#2 Perfectionism by quantity means not being satisfied with an action if it falls below a number threshold. People seem to think of perfectionism mostly in the sense of quality: getting your hair perfect, having a perfect social interaction, and keeping your desk spotless. However, the most dangerous form of perfectionism is the perfectly sized achievements.#3 If you're insecure about something, know that there is someone out there who is living confidently and living well in spite of it. That's comforting and empowering.#4 Inferiority complexes are a form of self-loathing. If you believe that you're inferior to other people, it only makes sense to try to be superior in appearance or behavior. If you have a passive, shy personality, this usually results in the turtle response.