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|“Every time, all the time, I'm a perfectionist. I feel I should never lose,” said Chris |
Evert-Lloyd. In this case, you may stop even before you start. Because you will
settle for nothing less than perfection, you make the task more difficult than it has
|Every time — all the time — I'm a perfectionist. I feel I should never lose. — Chris |
Evert l^is attitude got Chris Evert to the top of the world of women's tennis, kept
her there, and made her a legend. But in all her years of tennis, she did lose,
|Miguel De Cervantes "I need to do things perfectly." "Every time, all the time, I'm a |
perfectionist. I feel I should never lose." — Chris Evert-Lloyd You stop even
before you start. Because you will settle for nothing less than perfection, you
|“Every time, all the time, I'm a perfectionist. I feel I should never lose.” - Chris |
Evert “Perfection is attained by slow degrees; she requires the hand of time.” -
Voltaire “Aim at perfection in everything, though in most things it is unattainable.
|Every time, all the time, I'm a perfectionist. I feel I should never lose. - Evert, Chris |
When you aim for perfection, you discover it's a moving target. - Fisher, Geoffrey F
. Perfection is the child of time. - Hall, Joseph No one ever approaches ...
|Perfectionists rarely experience satisfaction because they perceive their efforts as |
never good enough. A reader once ... I get an overwhelming feeling that if! don't
get that one thing resolved, nothing else will come together." In her mind, she ...
|Brosh’s debut marks the launch of a major new American humorist who will surely make even the biggest scrooge or snob laugh. We dare you not to. FROM THE AUTHOR: This is a book I wrote.|
|A thought-provoking look at the problem of women who are overwhelming their lives in a quest to be the perfect everything, with a perfect body, life, and home, examines the repercussions of setting unrealistic expectations in terms of ...|
|Iir order to give a full contrast to the apostolic style of viewing the Christian life, |
and that of our own time, let us imagine a littlo ... Would not his exhortations and
prayers, and the general style of his appearance, strike his neighbours as
somethmg entirely new? ... I'm afraid he is getting unsound — or may be it's all
nervous excitement. ... I feel condemned for it, every day. ... I never saw the
Christian that dared to say as much as you did to-night — -that their oenscience
did not condemn ...
|I'm bound for the kingdom ; Will you go to glory with me ? ... In reading |
Shakespeare, Walter Scott, and such writers of acknowledged genius, you are all
the time wondering how they knew so much about you — how they understood
things in ...