So You're a Perfectionist

Those individuals commonly described as "perfectionists" are often the movers and shakers of society; the people who get things done—the creators, the managers, the organizers, the responsible people. They pay careful attention to detail and are not satisfied with substandard or even standard performance.

Alas, however, the life of a perfectionist is not always a happy one. He may concentrate his attention too much on things that need correcting, sometimes with no human means of correction at his disposal. This leads to frustration. His high standards often make him quick to condemn others for their shortcomings.

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