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By Beverley Hare

Being assertive capability accepting accountability for one's activities and having the ability to show oneself in a transparent, sincere method. this article introduces readers to the sensible ideas utilized in assertiveness education, that are priceless in either enterprise functionality and private lifestyles.

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There are a number of reasons why, including the following. Learning from Failure To remain employable, let alone competitive, we must constantly learn and grow, and to learn and grow, we must fail. It is no coincidence that the most successful people throughout history are also the ones who have failed the most. Thomas Edison, who registered , patents—including ones associated with the lightbulb, the phonograph, the telegraph, and cement—proudly declared that he failed his way to success. When someone pointed out to him that he had failed ten thousand times while working on one of his inventions, Edison responded, “I have not failed.

In the perverse logic of the Perfectionist, where only outcomes matter, avoiding failure by avoiding work itself makes a certain kind of sense. By trying to preclude the possibility of failure, however, the Perfectionist is of course also precluding the possibility of success. Using Time Efficiently The all-or-nothing approach—the idea that work that is not done perfectly is not worth doing at all—leads to procrastination and, more generally, to inefficient use of time. To do something perfectly (assuming perfection is even possible) often requires extraordinary effort that may not be justified in the context of the task at hand.

He understands that along the way there will be detours—some pleasant and desirable, some not. Unlike the Per-  •● ⅷ THE THEORY fectionist, he is not so obsessively focused on his goal that the rest of life ceases to matter. He understands that life is mostly about what you do on your way to your destination, and he wants to be fully awake as his own life unfolds. The All-or-Nothing Approach The Perfectionist’s universe is ostensibly simple—things are right or wrong, good or bad, the best or the worst, a success or a failure.

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