How to Overcome Perfectionism Without Losing Your Desire for Excellence

Ken Wells, Best-Selling Instructor, Self-Realization Coach

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5 Videos (16m)
    • Why Should I Take This Class?

    • How to Avoid The Major Pitfall Faced By Artists & High Achievers

    • How to Complete the Class Project

    • How to Leave a Review for This Class

    • Conclusion and Next Steps


About This Class

I know what it's like to struggle with perfectionism.  

To be so consumed with producing your best quality work that you sometimes produce nothing at all.

At best, perfectionism robs you of your time...sometimes spending hours or days on some detail that should take only 15 minutes.

Not to mention the emotional toll that perfectionism takes on us...leaving us feeling drained of energy and never satisfied with our work.

So, in this class, you will watch an imperfect video of me breaking perfectionism down so you understand what it truly is and what you can do about it.

You'll learn how to recognize your perfectionist patterns and how to change your response when you notice them.

You will also learn how to put things in proper perspective so you can strike a balance between having high standards and being okay with imperfection.

So, go ahead and enroll now so you can overcome procrastination and free yourself from the chains of perfectionism today.

9 of 12 students recommendSee All

Ken is absolutely correct. As artists (writers) we strive to be perfect and end up procrastinating. Class is a great motivation to get over it.
Franki B. Kidd

Great Class!
Diego Davila

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Ken Wells

Best-Selling Instructor, Self-Realization Coach

Ken Wells is an internationally sought after speaker, teacher and coach.  He is the author of 20+ courses and coaching programs on topics such as meditation, personal transformation, online course creation & marketing mindfulness and spirituality.  

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