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Why “Perfectionism” is the easiest route to failure.


For over 2 years I tried to be a “Perfectionist”.

I wanted to do everything Perfectly before I put it out there and I guess I never made money with it because I wasn’t producing anything.

Heck, even after I made my first six figures – I still tried to be a perfectionist.

And I had zero content out there and tons of customer complaints (Especially with one of my earlier masterminds).

Here’s what I’ve learned from my experience…

“Perfectionism” is nothing but FEAR.

Fear and Laziness combine together to form this habit called Perfectionism.

Once you break out of it, you’ll have a much more comfortable life.

The Procrastinator also calls himself a Perfectionist lol, he just doesn’t get things done.

Once I started focusing less on myself and more on the content, you bet I was crushing it.

People loved my content, my blog posts and everything I wrote and created a part-time six figure Coaching Business.

Sometimes, you just need to stop worrying about yourself and just focus on putting content out there.

Perfectionism is neither a good thing or a bad thing, it could either produce Greatness or Produce nothing.

98% of the “Perfectionists” produce nothing.

You need to start throwing out tons of great content out there, not just 1-2 posts.

You need to dominate your space not compete.

You can’t do that if you’re a perfectionist..

(Hold on I see this minor grammar mistake, I’ll not publish this post – fuck it! Oh shit I just used the F word, I’m definitely not going to publish this)

Stop being selfish and just put content out there.

Doesn’t matter if it’s good or bad, just do it!

Do MORE and MORE and eventually you’ll become a master at whatever you’re trying to do.


Ace R.



About The Author. Ace is the Undisputed King Of Paid Media, he specialises In driving Millions Of Visitors To Websites through Paid Traffic and Converting These Visitors Into Customers and Clients and Ultimately Generate Profits!

1 comment… add one
  • You are absolutely right! I was too afraid to write my first blog post in the past because I want to be perfect! But that just stopped me from progressing. So forget it, just do it!

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