What to expect when doing business with perfectionism
Perfectionism asks of you. You give.
Perfectionism asks for more. You give, looking forward to payday.
Perfectionism asks for more, even though payday has come and gone, it promises to repay you. You give a little extra to show you’re worth it.
Perfectionism asks for more plus a little overtime and promises to repay you for all your time, but it wants just a little more, to prove you’re serious about your job. You give more, cause it’s going to be one huge paycheck.
Perfectionism pulls you into the office and starts to make you feel bad for not doing extra last time. It gives you an example of how you could’ve done more, but didn’t seize the opportunity. It recites the company’s core values. It tells you excellence and perfection is better than small rewards for your time. You think maybe, if you can give the most out of all the employees, it’ll pay off big time.
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