As perfectionists, are we allowed to be not good — even bad 😬 — at something? How the heck do we cope with the inevitable fact that there are things in this life we’re simply not good at without letting those things define our overall worth as human beings?
What makes us worthy? Is it our positive qualities + traits, how much money we have in the bank, our job title, how productive we are, what others think of us, how much we weigh, what we look like, how big our house is?
Most of us spend our lives chasing these external metrics and alleged barometers of worth. But what if not a single one of those things could increase or decrease our worthiness in this world? What if worthiness was an inside job? True fact: It is. ✅