16 Jul Messing Up
Perfection is really procrastination in disguise. If I don’t get my work done, self-loathing quickly ensues. . .
Thank goodness for friends like Tanya Gabriele who introduced me to this new tool.
Dr. Kevin Majeres, recipient of the faculty award for excellence in teaching in psychiatry at Harvard will teach their approach from start to finish in four weeks.
If you try it, let me know how it goes!
If you need help with your brand, business, digital marketing projects please let me know! I’m here for you!
“Perfection is shallow, unreal, and fatally uninteresting.”
Hosted by Dr. Kevin Majeres and Sharif Younes, co-founders of OptimalWork, The Golden Hour will help you learn to challenge yourself in each hour of work according to your highest ideals. We’ll discuss all aspects of Dr. Majeres’s approach to work, which he developed in his private practice and teaches at Harvard Medical School, and show how it applies to everyday situations like professional work, study, sleep, and relationships. For a set of online tools to help you put the ideas into practice, visit www.optimalwork.com. Please send questions for discussion to firstname.lastname@example.org.
“Sometimes I put in so much effort and
it all goes completely wrong.”
“When you mess up,
own up to it,
apologize for it,
learn from it and
never do it again.”