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Perfectionism is a close cousin to Anxiety.

Ever feel like you are your own worst enemy? 


We all find ourselves fighting with thoughts of not being good enough or attractive enough, or deserving of love at some point in our lives. We criticize and judge ourselves harshly when we think we don't measure up. If this sounds familiar, we've got you. It's time to choose self-compassion. You owe it to yourself. 

Perfectionism and Procrastination





 I believe deeply rooted feelings of guilt cause procrastination. 

There’s a lot of unhelpful opinions and advice about procrastination out there. That’s why virtually all the books and videos we turn to for help fail us. We end up giving up, assuming that we must be ‘inherently lazy’ or ‘lacking self-discipline’. 


Right now, you may have no idea what it feels like to live as an ex-procrastinator. You have no idea what it feels like to stop self-sabotaging and start living up to your potential.



With coaching, you start to understand why you procrastinate. We look at the inner struggle that takes place in your mind when you're procrastinating. There are essentially two parts to the mind - the lazy mind and the bossy mind. We'll look at how to end this inner conflict by introducing the idea of the 'compassionate mind.' It is here that everything starts to shift. 

We'll also look at how procrastination has a detrimental effect on your self-esteem by looking at examples of how it plays out in real life. 

I am a recovering perfectionist and an aspiring ‘good-enoughist’.

Brené Brown