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The Consequence of High Achievers

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The Consequence of High Achievers

Since we had a lot of good feedback from The Selfish Series we did in September last year, you don’t need to wait another year to hear some refreshing Selfish Episodes.
 

I want to help you understand that it’s okay to hit the pause button so you can gain the balance you need to be able to do some selfless work. With this said, the Selfish Series is now going to be a part of the monthly episodes with this season’s theme: The High Achievers’ Consequence. 

On this episode, I’m going to share the two main consequences of a being a high achiever. I’m going to talk about the upsides and downsides of being competitive, the relationship between high achievement and perfectionism, and the effects of perfectionism in your life and your business.  

“Sometimes, competing with yourself in areas that you don’t need to shows as perfection that can paralyze you.” – Naketa Thigpen

Balance Boldly Podcast For Entrepreneurial Women in Business: 
 

  • New schedule of the Selfish Series 
  • Definition of a high achiever 
  • How perfectionism paralyzes people 
  • Where my trust center is 
  • What the Momentum Formula is 
  • The real meaning of balance 
  • Listening to advice versus taking action 
     

Key Takeaways: 
 

  • One consequence of being a high achiever, is that you can be paralyzed by your perfection and lean away from your trust. 
  • Lean into your center of trust. 
  • While you may have many counselors and advisers, in the end, you’re the one who executes and gets things done. 
     

A Little Gentle Honesty: 
 

  • Being a high achiever is both a blessing and a challenge. 
     

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