perfection, improvement and happiness : adding value to each other.
March 28, 2016

My Experience with Perfectionism
A big part of my perfectionism is because I’m personally very passionate about improving and giving my best to everything I do. I think when we set ourselves to do something; we should give our best to it, without compromises or excuses.
I am in business of improvement not excuses.
I am educated and living in an environment where success is extolled, and failure, punished. People are generally celebrated for being the best, with mediocrity rarely regarded. Not only that, you were often taught to follow guidelines which were questionable at best, in terms of how they helped us become better human beings. Non-conformance often resulted in heavy punishment.
Because of that, in very sensitive society, I lived for success and success only, where money is only language of success. How money earn and how it is spent it has no concern with your character. You have money in pocket and richness is showering through you constantly.
These trends of society hurt me constantly and i can visualise most characterless generation in coming time. Highest credentials are balance in bank. But this balance is generated have no impact.
I am looking forward for world where everyone looked “perfect.” And living happy life. Bhutan is small country and Leader of country is constantly working on Happiness index, instead of GDP of nation.
I have question in mind that, is there any relationship between perfection and happiness? Can we establish through various commands and components?

I analyse my each move and in living in process of improvement.
However, as I grew, I realized that perfectionism has its relationship with improvement. Before, i die can i see relationship with happiness?

About author

Dr Shailesh Thaker

Dr. Shailesh Thaker is a world-renowned management thinker and trainer on organizational behavior and development. He is the CLO of Knowledge Plus Inc., a highly reputed training firm based in Ahmedabad, India, helping organizations to achieve international benchmarks in management practices.

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