Top of mind: how do you avoid getting stuck in a perfectionism trap?

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Walter luzzolino, founder of Walter Presents

Seeking out beauty and quality is the essence of my work as the curator of a premium international drama service. Being a perfectionist is professionally helpful, but in truth, it can be a little too demanding when it comes to everyday life. It is a constant struggle to find a balance between perfectionism and the need to let go sometimes.

Stephanie Choporis, co-founder and managing editor of Happenstance

As a journalist, I have found that little makes me work harder than a deadline. I try setting deadlines for myself to help get things off of my plate. I write daily tasks in a planner and try to get through at least a few items each day. If I see that I have rewritten a task for...

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