Why Being Perfect Can Sabotage Your Business + Life

Episode 2 GRY Podcast Why Being Perfect Can Sabotage Your Business and Life with Heather Crider

Why Being Perfect Can Sabotage Your Business + Life

Brain Based Reflection Strategies for High Performance Growth

In order to truly have the life you want; the career, house, family, relationships, car, lifestyle, wealth, freedom, you name it….you must learn what success is and where it comes from.

In today’s episode your host, Heather J. Crider, CEO of Digital Architect Media, high-performance strategist, neurocoach, author, and speaker, talks about the importance of spotting the traps of being perfect. 

We all get into these traps of trying too hard, trying to get everything right, or even being someone we’re not…but why?  

These common pitfalls can sabotage our success and sometimes our life without even realizing it.  But with a few simple awareness tips, you can learn to let go, and become more productive than imaginable.

Success isn’t about working yourself to death by other people’s standards or expectations.  Success is defined individually, but we have to understand our own habits and thoughts if we are going to take our business or life to the next level.

What you’ll learn:

  • How to define your success
  • What are the common pitfalls of sabotage
  • How to create a winning mindset
  • ALL with starting by your thoughts
Success is defined in many ways, but the principles to success are all the same.  Heather outlines what the idea behind what the Go Reflect Yourself Podcast is all about and why she feels so passionately about the number one thing that is MOST Overlooked…which is how you think matters.  

Let me know what takeaways you had from this episode.

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