Professional Development

From embarrassing mistakes to perfectionism
Embarrassing mistakes to perfectionism can be represented by a graph, where the quality of the decision or of the action, on one axis, and the time spent, on the other, in principle give us a theoretical effectiveness, which would be the bissectrix. On the other hand, actual effectiveness lies in the fact that we start out not doing things well but, as we dedicate more time to the activity, the quality of our work increases up to the point we reach theoretical efficacy. From the point in time when we reach the arch of efficacy, we begin to fall in the trap of perfectionism: we dedicate more time to improve small details that would not necessarily enhance the quality of the work.