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Imperfect Roundup #26

This week, we wrote about rebuilding endurance after breaking routines and the dangers of trying to do everything. There's a post on the difference between Steven Pressfield's territorial and hierarchical orientations, and we launched the Imperfectionist Book Club on The Icarus Deception by Seth Godin, which…

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Imperfect Roundup #25

Happy New Year!

This week, I wrote about overcoming our waves of emotion and letting go of closed doors. There's a story on "It's Only Fear," a song by Alexi Murdoch, and I'm excited about relaunching The Imperfectionist Book Club in 2018. We'll be reading…

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Imperfect Roundup #24

Happy Christmas Eve!

This week, we wrote about how our successes should align with our eulogy virtues and how our high measures for success are often impossible to summit. There's a Failogue story on It's a Wonderful Life and our thoughts on Rosie Revere, Engineer, a…

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Imperfect Roundup #23

This week, we wrote about the importance of community, the things we waste, the value of disconnecting in the mornings, the two sides of comparison, and more. We'd love to hear what you think. Send us an email or tweet to us!

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The Imperfect Roundup #22

This weeks' posts were inspired by quotes we loved by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Susan Sontag, Rainer Maria Rilke, Vincent van Gogh, Teddy Roosevelt, and Ursula K. Le Guin. We'd love to hear what you think. Send us an email or tweet to us!

Here are some…

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The Imperfect Roundup #21

It's been a busy week at The Imperfectionist, where we've been sharing a new post every day. We wrote about WebMD Syndrome, the tendency to think in worst-case scenarios, escaping the Escape Artist Mindset, Perfect Percival Priggs, a great Imperfectionist book for children, and more.…

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The Imperfect Roundup #20

“It is a beautiful truth that all men contain something of the artist in them. And perhaps it is the case that the greatest artists live and die, the world and themselves alike ignorant what they possess.” -Walt Whitman (“Talk to an Art-Union”)…