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Motivation Mondays: PERFECTION

06/04/2015

“Have no fear of perfection – you’ll never reach it.” Salvador Dali

 Collage of Great Philosophers

Motivation Mondays: PERFECTION – Collage of Great Philosophers

Why, when we know that there’s no such thing as perfect, do most of us spend an incredible amount of time and energy trying to be everything to everyone? Is it that we really admire perfection? No – the truth is that we are actually drawn to people who are real and down-to-earth. We love authenticity and we know that life is messy and imperfect. Brene Brown

What does perfection mean to you?   If we’re honest with ourselves, we’d know that the art of  living and all in it can be messy and complicated. Yet, in the midst of all that messiness are moments of clarity and examples of excellence; even our idealized visions of perfection. However, in reality, perfection is a matter of opinion and depends heavily on our beliefs about what is/isn’t perfect.  When we look at the picture above, we see a group of  famous, even revered, philosophers known to man. Each of these deep thinkers have shared their philosophical views on the topic of  ‘Perfection.” For instance, Aristotle offered three definitions of the word – “complete, good, and attained its purpose”, Plato believed that  the “approximation to the idea of perfection makes people perfect,” and Cicero saw “the Circle” as closest to perfection. Each of these brilliant thinkers, from different historical periods and locations, tackled the subject of perfection and came away with the recognition that it includes shades of grey areas.

What motivates you to achieve? If you work hard to be like X instead of your best self, you need to reconsider your motives. If you take a moment to look at the word, Perfection, you’d find that it is viewed from a wide range of conceptual interpretations that run the gamut from art to science and to mathematics. One thing that becomes clear is that there isn’t one definitive description of perfection.

What does that tell us?  It tells us that perfection, like beauty, is in the eyes of the beholder. It tells us that we are ‘perfect’ in our imperfections and to expect anything else is foolish.  It tells us that while some diamonds are described as flawless, living breathing life-forms are not expected to be flawless. In fact, our quirks, flaws and weaknesses distinguish us from each other and add to our uniqueness. Imagine a world where everyone was the same and did everything in the exact, same way. Would you want to live there? I wouldn’t and, thankfully, our planet is not rich with sameness. What makes it rich is its variety. So why are you hung up on perfection?

 

“I am careful not to confuse excellence with perfection. Excellence I can reach for; perfection is (Creator’s) business.” Michael J. Fox

Collage of great philosophers

Motivation Mondays: Collage of great philosophers

You are loved just for being who you are, just for existing. You don’t have to do anything to earn it. Your shortcomings, your lack of self-esteem, physical perfection, or social and economic success – none of that matters. No one can take this love away from you, and it will always be here. Ram Dass

Do you strive for excellence or perfection?  What’s the difference?  Throughout our lives, we experience highs and lows, we stumble and fall,  and we have moments of brilliance, success and accomplishments. All of these experiences  contribute to our growth; they keep us motivated to achieve more and overcome obstacles. We need those ups and downs to help us stay humble and keep our motivation growing. Why is this important? Because unless we have periods of struggle and even failure in our lives, those periods of great good would not register fully in our minds.

Why strive for excellence not perfection?  Striving for excellence is about setting goals for ourselves, doing the work to help us grow, and rising above mediocrity. But excellence is not perfection. Having a perfect SAT score doesn’t make you perfect. It makes you a smart, complex individual with quirks and flaws who scored 100% on a test. By the same token, we can work to achieve excellence while recognizing that perfection is both unattainable and unnecessary. To err is a very human quality and our failures are signposts on the road that we are making progress and challenging ourselves to reach further. Why beat ourselves up or listen to mean asides from naysayers? Even robots that we create to function at higher levels fail and develop glitches? Seeking perfection can create more stress and headaches in your life. Read the story below and think about it.

A Story: The Headache by Anon
One day, a man walked into his doctor’s office complaining…  ” Doctor, I have this awful headache that won’t go away. Please, could you give me a prescription for it?”
“I will…” murmured the doctor, pondering what had set off his usually calm patient. “but first, I want to check out a few things and ask you a few questions… Tell me, do you drink a lot of alcohol?”

“Alcohol?” the man shouted back indignantly. “I never touch that filthy stuff. Nor do I go near people who drink it. All filthy!”
“How about smoking?” the doctor calmly inquired.
“I think smoking is disgusting. I’ve never touched tobacco in my life.”
“Okay,” the doctor continued, “I’m a bit embarrassed to even ask this, but… Do you run around at night seeking dangerous pleasures?”
“Of course not! What do you take me for? I’m a highly spiritual and disciplined man. I live a perfect sin-free life, and I’m in bed by 10 o’clock every night.” The man spat back.
“Then, tell me…” said the doctor, “This pain in your head, is it a sharp, shooting kind of pain?”
“Yes, yes!” The man replied eagerly, his eyes lighting up… “It is… a sharp, shooting kind of pain.”
“Well, that’s simple, my dear fellow!” the doctor replied with a smile on his face. “The trouble is that you have your halo on too tight. All we need to do for you is loosen it up a bit; loosen you up a bit! Avoid the bad habits I mentioned earlier, and enjoy some innocent pleasures in life – LIVE!.”

The details for Motivation Mondays are below. Join in! The themes for April and May are:
04/06 – PERFECTION
04/13 – MISTAKES
04/20 – GROWTH
04/27 – MINDFULNESS

05/30 – APPRECIATION
05/13 – COMFORT
05/20 – FITNESS
05/27 – SERVICE

More Below!

“Strive for continuous improvement, instead of perfection.” Kim Collins

Collage of great philosophers

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This is the very perfection of a man, to find out his own imperfections. Saint Augustine
I gave up my struggle with perfection a long time ago. That is a concept I don’t find very interesting anymore. Everyone just wants to look good in the photographs. I think that is where some of the pressure comes from. Be happy. Be yourself, the day is about a lot more. Anne Hathaway

If you could ask for the motivation to accomplish one specific perfect thing/goal every day, What would you pick to stay motivated? I bet it would be different from mine. As bloggers, we publish content daily, weekly or even monthly. We write our posts, edit them, and then hit publish. If we spent time worrying about every error we made or every mistake we missed, the point of blogging/sharing information would be lost. The beauty of this creative art-form is that, unlike print media, we can always come back and edit our mistakes, and fix any errors and omissions. I do that every time I write a post. People often forget that even the best, world famous authors have editors. Editing is a skill separate from creative writing. All successful writers have skilled editors. Don’t tarry over errors. Fix them, move forward, and keep writing.

At the end of the day, what truly matters to each of us will differ. I might believe that perfection is a warm spring day with daffodils and tulips dancing in the air. You might believe that perfection is having ideal skiing conditions with freshly groomed snow that is powdery, light and soft. Our eyes might light up at the sight of a bird gathering twigs to build a nest on our roof, and we might marvel at the genius behind the art and perfection of their nest. Someone else might spend hours observing an anthill and the teeming life around it, and describe the experience as Perfect. All are right from their point of view, so it’s a waste of time to expect any of us to conform to an idealized standard. Get on with the art of living. Get motivated to live a rich life. Perfection is not required.

Positive Motivation Tip: Live your life with ease, give your best and leave the rest, perfection is not required.

Motivation Mondays is open to anyone who wishes to share a motivational quote, photo, personal challenge or a post that encourages others to start the week on an upbeat note.
Basic Instructions: Each week, I will have a motivation word to help us create a response. (See listed words for end of November and all of December below)
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PHOTO CREDITS/ATTRIBUTIONS: All Photos: Aristotle, Plato, Hypatia, Cicero, Cornel West, Rabindranath Tagore, Aspasia, Toni Morrison, Hannah Arendt, Edmund Burke, Ban Zhao, Audre Lorde, John Calvin Titian, Angela Davis, Ayn Rand, Leopold Sedar Senghor, Frantz Fanon, Hon Robert Boyle, Lucilio Vanini, EuclidSpinozabell hooks, Simone De BeauvoirDaniel Barbaro, W.E.B. DuBois, Augustine of Hippo, Tullia de Aragona, Salome Basketball, 100m Dash, Freestyle Ski Jump, Aqua Ballet via Wikipedia

Until Next Time…
Ask. Believe. Receive. ©
Elizabeth Obih-Frank
Mirth and Motivation
Positive Kismet

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148 Comments leave one →
  1. 06/04/2015 8:53 am

    My favorite quote ever: “Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.” It’s true. But why be afraid of perfection? As the quote above says, you’ll never reach it. So just press on, get better, LEARN, and apply that knowledge. Progression and expansion are what we should live for.

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  2. 06/04/2015 10:11 am

    Only God is perfect, strive for excellence instead, that’s what I’d always say. Just give everything we do our utmost best and let God do the rest. Thanks for this truly motivational article!

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  3. 06/04/2015 11:10 am

    One thing’s for certain, I’ll never have a too tight halo!

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  4. Masshole Mommy permalink
    06/04/2015 3:50 pm

    Other than Thor, I don;t think there is such a thing as perfection – at least as far as people go.

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  5. ruthzankich permalink
    06/04/2015 4:07 pm

    I have never been part of the motivational monday, going to follow the hashtag for all those great postings

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  6. Pooja Kawatra Gupta permalink
    06/04/2015 5:45 pm

    Beautiful ! My personal fav quote to keep myself motivated in any of the situation –

    When GOD solves your problems, you have faith in his abilities. When he doesn’t solve your problems, he has faith in your abilities…!!!

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  7. Stefany Thode (@ToBeThode) permalink
    06/04/2015 7:15 pm

    I think perfection is in the eye of the beholder or their loved ones. I know I see perfection around me every day but it is in the environment, not people.

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    • 06/04/2015 7:43 pm

      That is what some of the philosophers were saying too; that perfection can be seen in nature and only that is really perfect… It’s an interesting topic to mull over.

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  8. 06/04/2015 7:26 pm

    I love that story. I know a lot of people wearing tight halos!

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  9. listen2mama permalink
    06/04/2015 8:20 pm

    No one is perfect, except God. That’s what I always tell my daughter.

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  10. maggiesblog2 permalink
    06/04/2015 8:21 pm

    I love the headache story! Must be why I get migraines lol

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  11. Fully Housewifed! (@fullyhousewifed) permalink
    06/04/2015 8:29 pm

    Yes that’s one of the biggest mistake people make, me included. To strive for perfection when we do not need to. To base perfection on others when we are, special in our own way.

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  12. Liz Mays permalink
    06/04/2015 8:34 pm

    I have a love/hate with perfectionism because I don’t like competition. Sometimes my need to not compete means I’ll do less so I don’t have to.

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    • 07/04/2015 6:12 am

      Wow Liz! You are a kindred soul. I always see myself as my competition too not others. When we constantly compare ourselves to others we’ve already lost… There will always be stronger, better, smarter folks out there, so it’s best to focus on our own game and strive for excellence at things that truly matter.

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  13. upliftingfam permalink
    06/04/2015 9:42 pm

    I used to be a perfectionist and still try to be in certain areas of my life. I need gentle reminders and encouragement. Thank you for sharing this today. I truly believe that God and Jesus are the only perfect ones in the world.

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  14. Beth@FrugalFroggie permalink
    06/04/2015 9:52 pm

    I think I need to strive for excellence and not perfection.

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  15. thelesleyshow permalink
    06/04/2015 11:40 pm

    I know i can never reach perfection… Doesn’t mean I will stop trying!

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  16. Papaleng Pagulong permalink
    07/04/2015 12:15 am

    I believe perfection can be attained when you are with Christ at heaven. But here on Earth, I guess the best thing to do is try to do your best. Another inspiring post Sis.

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  17. Stephanie Pass permalink
    07/04/2015 12:23 am

    I’ve been a perfectionist since I was a kid. It’s only now as an adult I realize that it’s so hard on yourself to want to attain that standard. Excellence is a good choice.

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  18. Elana Khong permalink
    07/04/2015 12:59 am

    Nothing is perfect. Beauty is in the eyes of beholder!

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  19. 07/04/2015 2:23 am

    You are right. It’s never possible to reach perfection as there will always be a higher level! So, I strive for the best I could rather than perfection!

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  20. Raquel permalink
    07/04/2015 2:47 am

    No man will ever achieve perfection as that is reserved for the higher being. In the meantime, excellence is attainable as long as there is hard work and passion.

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  21. Eiram Berry permalink
    07/04/2015 5:54 am

    Perfection! I think perfection is when you not compare yourself to others. I’ve been living in that thought and it feels good. 🙂

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  22. GiGi Eats Celebrities permalink
    07/04/2015 6:16 am

    Perfection is down right boring and there really is not clear-cut definition and there never will be. We all have our own opinions when it comes to perfection… And honestly, I find perfection in the tiniest of things.

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  23. harrietb (@harrietb) permalink
    07/04/2015 6:23 am

    You always seem to have the best photo montages. I also like the motivation.

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  24. Jessica Beal Harlow permalink
    07/04/2015 7:25 am

    I like the differentiation you draw between striving for perfection or excellence. That sums it up in a nutshell for me. I don’t expect anyone (including myself) to be perfect. I do strive for excellence…the best you can do though.

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  25. The Pinterested Parent permalink
    07/04/2015 7:44 am

    This is wonderful. None of us can be perfect. Perfection is boring. It is our flaws that add interest.

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  26. 07/04/2015 7:48 am

    When I was younger, I’ve always wanted to be the perfect person – perfect daughter, perfect friend, perfect someone – but when I grew older, I understood that perfection is just ideal; nobody is perfect. I learned to accept my flaws and everything fell into its place.

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  27. 07/04/2015 10:31 am

    Then there are those who stay miserable as they constantly seek a state of perfection

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  28. Amy permalink
    07/04/2015 11:50 am

    Love, love, love this quote, “Strive for continuous improvement, instead of perfection.” Kim Collins. This might be my new motto.

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  29. Summer permalink
    07/04/2015 1:43 pm

    Perfection is like beauty, it is relative. For me there’s no such thing as perfect, almost perfect maybe. We are more of unique. We can only strive to be our best self. Keep motivating!

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  30. Fred permalink
    07/04/2015 3:41 pm

    Perfection is a goal but should not be an obsession. I laughed with your Salvador Dali quote and that joke about the doctor and the patient who had his halo on too tight. Haha! – Fred

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  31. 07/04/2015 4:28 pm

    When something happens that feels frustrating to me, I try to stay in the mindset of “I don’t really know why this is happening … it could be setting me up for a miracle.” Then even the crappy stuff becomes part of the perfection.

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  32. Dhemz permalink
    07/04/2015 6:00 pm

    spot on! in a christian point of view, life is about perseverance not perfection.

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  33. jessica permalink
    07/04/2015 6:32 pm

    This is so inspiring and motivating! Pinned and stumbled 🙂 If you dont already, stop by and link up at Totally Terrific Tuesday! I would love to have you there 🙂
    Jess
    LiveRandomlySimple
    here from #PPFAB (pinterest promotion for Awesome bloggers!)

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  34. DC (@GameOnMom) permalink
    07/04/2015 6:39 pm

    I have wasted a lot of energy being disappointed with my own imperfections. It’s only recently that I’ve realized perfection is impossible and unnecessary, and that I should just be happy knowing I’ve tried my best to be the best I can be.

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  35. Jamie permalink
    07/04/2015 6:48 pm

    Loved the story about the man with the headache! I know some people like that!! Excellence is a great thing to strive for!

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  36. phyliciamarie permalink
    07/04/2015 6:49 pm

    I love the last part of you article, mainly because it is so true, truly what matters differs from every person’s perspective. One thing may be perfect to me, but not to you, but that doesn’t say that we’re all not perfect in different ways.

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  37. Jacqueline permalink
    07/04/2015 8:44 pm

    Today was the perfect day! I spent it out in my garden planting beautiful flowers. Perfect is definitely what you make of it 🙂

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  38. Rosey permalink
    07/04/2015 8:57 pm

    Hope motivates me. If the hope gets stripped away, my motivation will dwindle in an instant. Keep the hope there, and I’m still striving and moving forward (sometimes w/headaches from trying too hard, but still…moving forward). I’d love to find a healthy balance. I had it for years and years. Moving about 8 years ago turned my whole world upside down and I’m still recovering…but hindsight doesn’t help things one bit. Hope does though, and I do still have it. 🙂

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  39. Rebecca Swenor permalink
    08/04/2015 12:00 am

    This is indeed an awesome post and I love the story of the doc with the man. It makes so much sense to me. I need to take this kind of advice for sure. Thanks for sharing.

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  40. 08/04/2015 2:13 am

    Great post and it’s just full of so many inspirational people. Perfection is a myth and life would definitely be boring without our flaws.

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  41. Sunshine Kelly permalink
    08/04/2015 2:20 am

    I strive for perfection in everything I do, do my best and give my best. At the same time I also understand that sometimes things do no go our way. As long as I do my best and I am glad about the outcome. Have gratitude.

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  42. franckxethee permalink
    08/04/2015 2:32 am

    Perfection is indeed in the eyes of the beholder. We should really go for excellence rather than perfection because excellence can be a habit while perfection can just be an unreachable dream.

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  43. Vanessa Ally permalink
    08/04/2015 4:57 am

    I love the perfect imperfections in people. That’s what make them so cute, we are humans, no one is perfect and there is no need to be.

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  44. JessDC permalink
    08/04/2015 6:50 am

    “Strive for continuous improvement, instead of perfection.”

    A great reminder for me… very timely. Thanks for this. 🙂

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  45. wpeverythingmomandbaby permalink
    09/04/2015 4:39 am

    At the end of the day, what truly matters to each of us will differ and that is the truth.
    Wonderful post Elizabeth.

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  46. WhatFatemahSays (@FatemahSajwani) permalink
    09/04/2015 9:03 am

    Only God is perfect. Rather than wasting the most precious moment of your life for perfection one should always enjoy and cherish those moments.

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  47. nilyncartagena permalink
    09/04/2015 1:15 pm

    I can’t agree more! Thanks for this, true, we can’t strive to be perfect.

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  48. Mayen permalink
    09/04/2015 10:47 pm

    I accepted a long time ago that I’ll never be perfect. Life is easier if you accept that you’ll never be perfect and just work hard for the best.

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  49. verabear permalink
    10/04/2015 1:02 am

    Perfection is not required. Spot on! Right now, I am striving for excellence – to be good, if not the best, at everything I do. Progress over perfection. 🙂

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  50. Michelle Solee (@michisolee) permalink
    10/04/2015 1:21 am

    I agree with this ” Don’t tarry over errors. Fix them, move forward, and keep writing.” I do reread my old posts and edit them if needed.

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  51. Scott permalink
    10/04/2015 7:12 am

    Nothing and no one is perfect, but everyone should strive for excellence. If things are worth doing, they’re worth doing well.

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  52. theresa permalink
    10/04/2015 8:26 am

    That’s why I don’t believe those people who are perfectionist. There is always some thing not perfect in their system.

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  53. Melgie permalink
    10/04/2015 10:57 am

    Love all your inspiring quotes- what makes life beautiful is the imperfections that makes us stronger and smarter.

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  54. 10/04/2015 9:33 pm

    In the beginning while I was reading about your post on perfection, the one thing that came to my mind is I’d rather strive for excellence. Lo and behold it was what you were talking about coming towards the middle of your post.

    Totally agree that each of us have different points of view. What’s important is we try to do our best to achieve what we think is what will make us happy and satisfied in our lives.

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  55. Aiza C. permalink
    12/04/2015 3:15 am

    Of course. Excellence does not necessarily translate to perfection. Thanks for this useful reminder!

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  56. 12/04/2015 7:39 am

    Very encouraging post. We all need to strive for excellence while keeping humble at the same time. When we strive for perfection, we’ll only be disappointed.

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  57. Mommy Maye permalink
    12/04/2015 9:44 pm

    This is a great reminder. No matter how we do it we can not live into perfection because life is imperfect and that makes life meaningful and challenging.

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  58. 12/04/2015 9:49 pm

    Very well said. I used to be a perfectionist before then I finally realized that perfection will just lead you out of focus. Instead, just do your best.:)

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  59. Dominique Goh permalink
    12/04/2015 11:29 pm

    Striving for excellence is certainly better then focusing on perfection which is unattainable.

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  60. kareen liez datoy permalink
    14/04/2015 4:51 am

    Lovely post! This makes me think that there isn’t really perfection in everything but what is important is we achieve goals and give our best.

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  61. Doctor Eamer permalink
    15/04/2015 2:06 am

    Go for it! 🙂

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  62. May De Jesus-Palacpac permalink
    15/04/2015 7:34 am

    I love that excellence is defined against perfection. That’s the problem with us, we aim for perfection and it frustrates us because we put unrealistic standards upon ourselves. Whereas we can achieve excellence by giving our best as we pursue our goals. It reminds me of that line in Hunger games, there is always a “flaw” to everything no matter have perfectly designed they seem to be. 🙂

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  63. May De Jesus-Palacpac permalink
    15/04/2015 7:38 am

    I love how perfection is defined against excellence! It reminds me of that part in Hunger games when one of the smarter champions said there’s always a flaw in any system, no matter how perfect it seems. We can’t really pursue perfection, that would be a frustrating goal, but excellence speaks of character. 🙂

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  64. leybainpublic permalink
    17/04/2015 9:54 pm

    Another great motivation post. I love what Michael J Fox said about Perfection and Excellence. The latter is really reachable and doable.

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  65. Aby permalink
    18/04/2015 12:49 am

    Inspiring post! Same here when posting a blog post.. I publish it then edit it at times.. Hehehe

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  66. yolomoments12 permalink
    18/04/2015 1:16 am

    Still beleiving. Perfection is boring. 🙂

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  67. tweenselmom permalink
    19/04/2015 5:32 am

    I love that adage, I just read it here, that we shouldn’t fear perfection because we will never reach it 🙂 Makes me breathe a lot easier, LOL!

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  68. Allan permalink
    19/04/2015 6:06 am

    I believe that whatever you do to make perfect, other will still find something negative. You cannot please anybody.

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  69. Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen permalink
    20/04/2015 4:23 pm

    as much as possible I strive for excellence because I know I can’t be perfect.

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  70. maria permalink
    23/04/2015 8:32 pm

    “Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude.”

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  71. MariaWent2Town permalink
    23/04/2015 8:33 pm

    “Excellence is not a skill. It is an attitude.”

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  44. Motivation Mondays: MODERATION | Mirth and Motivation
  45. Motivation Mondays: Father’s Day Matters | Mirth and Motivation
  46. Motivation Mondays: Relief or Relieved? | Mirth and Motivation
  47. Motivation Mondays: PERSEVERANCE | Mirth and Motivation
  48. Motivation Mondays: Dream BIGGER – Independence Day | Mirth and Motivation
  49. Motivation Mondays: MINDSET – #WorldPopulationDay | Mirth and Motivation
  50. Motivation Mondays: ANGER | Mirth and Motivation
  51. Motivation Mondays: PARENTING | Mirth and Motivation
  52. Motivation Mondays: Revisiting Friendship | Mirth and Motivation
  53. Motivation Mondays: Life Is a GIFT | Mirth and Motivation
  54. Motivation Mondays: ASK | Mirth and Motivation
  55. Motivation Mondays: ECLIPSE | Mirth and Motivation
  56. Motivation Mondays: STRUGGLE | Mirth and Motivation
  57. Motivation Mondays: LABOR of LOVE | Mirth and Motivation
  58. Motivation Mondays: Patriot Day – Remembering 9/11 | Mirth and Motivation
  59. Motivation Mondays: STAY STEADFAST | Mirth and Motivation
  60. Motivation Mondays: Suicide Prevention Awareness Month | Mirth and Motivation

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