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How Perfectionism and Procrastination are Fear-based Behaviors

Have you ever been told that your standards are too high? Do you have a hard time meeting your own high standards? Do you ever feel frustrated or anxious that you can’t ever seem to get certain things done? If you said yes to any of these things, this episode on perfectionism and procrastination is for you. Believe me, I GET IT!  We’re going to look under the hood and make some sense of why do these things.

In this episode: 

• How perfectionism and procrastination are fear-based 

• How these behaviors can stem from childhood or trauma (so it’s not your fault)

• How I broke up with perfectionism

• What is revenge procrastination? 

• How to actively change these behaviors if you want to

Other episodes references in this episode: 

Ep. 85: People Pleasing

Ep. 25: Motivation & Willpower

Trauma  (Episodes 65–69)

Macronutrients (Episodes 39–41)

Disordered Eating and Orthorexia (Ep. 12)

I’m Kelly Wilson, owner of and I’m a personal trainer, nutrition coach, behavior change specialist, autoimmune disease educator and I’ve worked in the health and fitness industry for over 25 years.

I’m here to help you ditch the gimmicks, finding strength through your struggles, give you the knowledge for making the smartest choices for your own health and to remind you to celebrate victory all along the way. 


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