Success Profiles Radio 06/19/17 show

Rachel Karu was this week's guest on Success Profiles Radio. She is the author of the book "Stepping Into More: Lessons From A Recovering Perfectionist". We talked about how perfectionism serves us, and does not serve us. We also discussed how to strike a balance between competing and collaborating when perfectionism is a big part of our lives.

In addition, we discussed why we can feel disconnected from passion and how having a solid values alignment can play a vital role in defining it. We also talked about setting boundaries and knowing when it is appropriate to say YES or NO. Other topics included defining purpose, the relationship between curiosity and success, honoring your priorities while still being in service to others, why we procrastinate, the importance of forgiveness, and why we sometimes fear feedback.

We discussed these topics and so much more during the show. You can download and subscribe to Success Profiles Radio for free on iTunes. You can also listen to any episode at www.successprofilesradio.com

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