The Feminine Way to Business Success – Perfection – Day 22 of the Youtube Challenge

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Day 22 of the Youtube challenge!

We women can sometimes be so focused on things being perfect, that it can get in the way of the progress of our business. Watch the video to find out more:

So, in the past have you been a little too focused on making things perfect? What difference do you think that allowing things to be perfectly imperfect would make to the success of your business?

I’d love to know how you will be perfectly imperfect in your business, so leave me a comment below, drop me a message on Facebook or tweet me “@Feminine1st”.

Looking forward to sharing tomorrow’s tip with you…

In the meantime, Stay Fabulous!

Claire x

P.S. If you missed yesterday’s video on “Positive Feedback” you can find it here: http://feminine1st.com/youtube-day-21/

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  1. Heather Waring
    Heather Waring says:

    Have had to miss out your videos for a while Claire as i’ve been so busy. Catching up now but all over the place order wise so forgive me….another great piece of advice this and I love the “Imperfact action is better than perfect inaction” We need to remind ourselves.

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    • Claire
      Claire says:

      Hi Heather,

      That’s no problem at all – I’m delighted to have your comments in any order! 🙂 I’m glad you like this saying, I couldn’t agree more that we need to remind ourselves about taking imperfect action and continuing to move forward.

      Thanks as always for your comments,

      Claire x

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  2. Rebecca
    Rebecca says:

    This is so pertinent. For the last 1-2 years, my quest for getting things perfect has prevented me from getting my message out there at all. I have done the women who need to hear my message a huge disservice in holding back like that. I just recently took (imperfect) action and got overwhelmingly positive feedback. Interestingly, one agreement of imperfection with myself was to use my 3 year old’s art easel instead of a professional flipchart which meant kneeling on the floor to write at it! Rather than appear a negative thing (that I felt apologetic for) it actually was received as an authentic mark of who I am and what I am doing – an ordingary mum who achieved an extraordinary ‘ordinary’ birth, promoting a positive approach to childbirth. I hope that inspires others to dare to cut corners, dare to fall flat on your face and risk actually making a difference in doing so!

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    • Claire
      Claire says:

      Hi Rebecca,

      Thanks for your comments…and for sharing such a great example of where your self-perceived ‘imperfection’ was actually viewed as a real strength and sign of your authenticity. Making a difference is the key…not to get caught up in our own perspective to be continually focused on the people who we are helping. Well said!

      Claire x

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