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Tag: perfectionism

The Discipline of Celebration

By: Courage to Lead I have a confession.  I am a recovering perfectionist. By nature things are rarely ever “good enough.” I did say I am recovering. I have grown tremendously in this area.  These days I am able to embrace and enjoy the journey more because I have learned […]

The Liabilities of Being a Perfectionist

By Shawn Lovejoy: Too many leaders are paralyzed by perfection. While perfect may be inspiring in a moment or for a season, it is impossible when leading for long-term impact. To lead day after day, year after year, chasing perfect will wear you out. It’s simply not realistic. In a recent podcast […]


Three Antidotes to Pastoral Perfectionism

By Mark Dance: Pastors and planters know full well the pressure of perfectionism. I have lived and served in the public eye for three decades – fully cognizant of the fact that I am expected to win both at home and church. I don’t always win. Pastors also live privately under […]