Are you doing nothing because of perfectionism? | Procrastination Series Part 2 of 3 | Perfectionism

In this video we discuss how perfectionism can lead to procrastination. A desire to do everything to the very best of your ability can mean that the most important projects never get started. Jayne shares her top 3 tips to ensure that perfectionism does not stifle your productivity.

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Discover 3 simple steps to combat procrastination caused by perfectionism:

1. What to do at the start of each day

2. How to prioritise the action you take

3. When to lower the bar from excellent to 'good enough'

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Jayne Morris

Co-Founder & Director, Balanceology Global

Jayne Morris is the author of 'Burnout to Brilliance: Strategies for Sustainable Success', Huffington Post contributor, former resident NHS Online Life Coach and regular BBC Radio/TV and Sky TV guest. She has been featured in many national and international publications on the topics of burnout, stress and wellbeing. Jayne runs Balanceology, a wellbeing business, with her husband Dylan.  They live with their two children and dog, Blade near Bristol, UK.  Balanceology offer in-person and online wellbeing workshops, coaching and consultancy. Jayne has extensive experience managing retreat spaces and running retreats, including projects for Pythouse Kitchen Garden (Wiltshire), Belmont Estate (Bristol), 42 Acres (Frome) and Lucknam Park Spa (Bath). She continues to create bespoke individual and group retreats hosted in specially selected venues in the UK and abroad. Jayne works differently to other coaches because she blends coaching with integrative art psychotherapy, martial arts and energy management. Her unique rebalancing process can reconnect you to your power, passions and purpose.