Thu, Feb 13, 2020, 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm (PST)
The Riveter: Capitol Hill
1517 12th Avenue Suite 101
Seattle, WA 98122
Do you tend to get stuck in “just one more” revision loop instead of presenting your work already? Do you know when it’s time to send out that application or upload that profile? Are you sometimes so worried that you may not take the right step that you don’t move at all?
It’s easy to get carried away and strive for 100 percent—or more if only we could!—at all times, going on and on and never finishing. But perfectionism is not a healthy mindset and habit: it’s chasing an illusion of “perfect” when in reality all we try to do is make sure that who we are and what we do is “good enough”.
In this workshop, we will talk about what perfectionism is as opposed to diligence and ambition, the different ways in which it present an obstacle in people’s lives, and how we can leave it behind to focus on excellence instead. You will leave with an actionable list of strategies and tools that can help you make positive changes and strengthen confidence in yourself and your work.
This workshop is for everybody who ...
... is ready to stop wasting time and energy and second-guessing themselves.
... wants to feel more comfortable in their professional environment and their role.
... needs some input und strategies to explore new opportunities and get stuff done.
Micha Goebig is a life coach and published author. Having run her own businesses for the past 20 years, she launched Go Big Coaching to help her clients live the excellent life they deserve. A particular focus of her work is supporting them in mastering major transitions and building positive new habits. Originally from Germany, Micha received her master’s degree from the University of Munich and trained as a coach with one of Germany’s leading executive coaches, Monika Scheddin. She is currently based in Seattle, WA. For more information, please see www.michagoebig.com.