Type O perfectionism - proof of 1=2

Type O people are said to be indecisive and optimistic.

In addition to those things, I also seem to be a perfectionist.

If that happens, it will be difficult.

"Is this really okay? But it has to be perfect! But is this okay?" You'll end up worrying endlessly.

I won't be satisfied unless I get a perfect score of 100 points, so I keep repeating trial and error and time passes.

(Even at this point, I am still rereading and rewriting the text many times. To be honest, it has been a while. And that is also the reason why I have not been able to update the continuation of my last blog...)

However, most things in the world are evaluated differently depending on the person, so it is impossible to have a perfect score of 100 points. I know that too...

If you don't make some breaks, you'll get stuck in a quagmire and lose sight of your purpose.

Therefore, we came up with the idea of ​​passing with a score of 80 or above.

If 100 points seems difficult even if you take the time, accept that 100 points are impossible. If you are confident that your score is 80 or higher, the idea is that it is probably close to the 100 score you had at that point.

Of course, it's not a score you can get by cutting corners, so there's nothing to feel guilty about.

In fact, I think it's because I feel more at ease that I'm able to score 100 points so quickly.

A stoic senior I respect told me, ``You can do it because you know (or aim for) 100 points.'' I felt like this was somehow confirmed, and it gave me confidence. Ta.

If the laid-back way of thinking of Type O people and the fastidiousness of perfectionism continue to coexist, things will go wrong.
It's like being asked to prove 1=2.
There were some abnormalities in my body, but those have disappeared now.

Even now, I often get so engrossed in something that I can't get out of it, but whenever I feel like I'm getting tired, I try to go back and reevaluate my goals and standards.

A person who strives to get 100 points and cannot stop trial and error may be suitable for this job, but it is not suitable for working in a company.
Even if this is not the case, if it takes more than a certain amount of time, it will have to be reflected in the product price, which will end up being a disadvantage to the customer.

After all, the criterion of passing the exam with a score of 80 or above seems to produce good results.
I feel lighter and I feel like I can look around me more.

I was reminded of a phrase that was posted on a telephone pole somewhere a long time ago: ``A little relaxation can enrich your life''...Is that what it means?

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