Procrastination means postponing, setting aside what we should do today to a hypothetical tomorrow. Who hasn’t done that at least once in their life? Studies revealed that procrastination affects one in five people. It could concern only some areas (for example study or work) or all the actions of one person. What is procrastination? Steel’s 2007 studies tell us that procrastination must be considered a … Continue reading Why Procrastination Is One of Our Internal Enemies, and How We Can Fight It
Are you the kind of person who targets higher and higher and is never satisfied with the achieved result? If so, don’t worry but be aware that being perfectionist is a weapon to double cut. If you are too demanding with yourself, you are a candidate for burn-out. Perfectionism is like stress: in small doses it is fine, but when it is too much it is too much! It … Continue reading Burn-out and Perfectionism
“How’s at work?” it is a question that is often asked to us by our loved ones and when we answer, we probably think about the difficulties we face or the discomfort/distress we feel towards our work. If this is your case, don’t worry because you are not alone. The work environment has changed a lot in recent years and has become a source of … Continue reading How to Find Your Inner Motivation at Work
Scrolling down our various social media profiles may give us the impression that everyone that we know is having the time of their lives 24/7. Glowing smiles of newly formed relationships, exotic foods, sculpted flawless bodies all exemplify the perfection that they have achieved. One puts down their phone and is immediately filled with a sense of unease, envy and a punctured self-esteem. All this … Continue reading The Perils of Perfectionism and the Joy of Being Ordinary
Hi all, How are you all doing? I hope everyone is doing good! I want to discuss some issue that came up in a discussion with a friend. I thought a lot about this issue before too and I wanted to share it with you. The issue is perfectionism. The idea that you cannot make mistakes and whatever you do must be perfect. I lived … Continue reading You are perfect?-Who, me? No, I am not.