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Commerce career, executive schooling critique - perfection vs. distinction - sales-management


"(Howard) Hughes never academic how to change his acquaintance to convenient application. As a substitute he sought after a perfection that certain failure. " - From Empire: The Life, Legend and Madness of Howard Hughes by Donald L. Bartlett & James B. Steel

How many times have you heard a big shot (it may have been you) proclaim or carp that he/she is a perfectionist? You may have noticed that going for perfection is a fool's game. You cleanly cannot win when you set perfection as your standard.

There may be rare and atypical situations where perfection is implicit to be an correct standard. Frankly, I can't think of one - no, not even life and death situations such as heart surgery call perfection in the process. Each darn does not have to be sewn effortlessly in order to change the outcome. Perfection is award in the basic result, as evident in the patient's survival or death, not in the process.

When "perfection" is the goal it is by and large out of an exaggerated aspiration to be right, to avoid assessment or risk. The focus is on "how am I doing?" fairly than on producing a definite outcome. Excellence, on the other hand, is a way of life. It is the environment in which high achievers and peak performers be the source of and add to the class of life. High achievers and peak performers get effects done by captivating act looking for correct outcomes and measuring their achievement based on the extent and attribute of their results.

The bad news is that being a human being means we have the abilities and the failings of human beings. We make mistakes. We get tired. We get distracted. We fail to connect evidently and accurately. When we set perfection as our goal, all of our dealings are based on attempts to capture our actual human restrictions with hardly or no intent on the best outcome. The hunt for perfection confines our aptitude to act meaningfully.

Acting in accordance with values of brilliance allows us to be the source of superb domino effect and opens the door to experimentation and creativity.

Ruth Zanes has been a Business, Career and Delicate Sensation Coach since 1985. Her broad range of come into contact with prior to lessons includes consultant, big business ownership and corporate executive for some of the world's main corporations. Acquaintance Ruth at: http://www. unlimitedresourcesinc. com


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