For all of us, free time is valuable and the last thing you want is to waste your limited time on something that isn’t going to be helpful.
Perhaps you are reading this because you are feeling curious, but not ready to commit to the whole program. Perhaps you are interested in self-improvement, but aren’t sure where to begin. Or perhaps you think perfectionism is relevant to you, but don’t see how this program will improve your own wellbeing.
All of these are valid and relevant concerns.
Having higher levels of perfectionism has been associated with mental health issues such as depression, anxiety, panic disorder, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and eating disorders. One of the benefits of tackling perfectionism is that it can be a great first step to tackling bigger mental health concerns.
This program is looking to make changes to people’s wellbeing by working on various areas associated with perfectionism. So, if you would like to increase your productivity without working longer hours, improve your sense of self-worth, or spend less time being self-critical, then this program might be relevant to you.
Think of these modules as like medication, you can’t expect the medication to work effectively if you don’t take the prescribed dose.
For this program to be effective, the optimum dose is 2 modules per week for 4 weeks. Doing the sessions is necessary to see a change- just like you can’t take a medication once and expect to be immediately better!
If you would like to know more about the book that this program is based on, check out the goodreads page here.