I am NOT Perfect!
Reynaldo O. Joson, MD
January 6, 2013
I am NOT perfect!
I don’t know everything!
Everyday, I commit glitches, errors and mistakes!
Everyday, I overdo and underdo something!
Everyday, I realize I need to improve on this and that thing!
Everyday, I have to contend with the above “frustrations!”
Today, I resolve to do the following to keep me sane and happy!
I just have to accept the reality that no human being is perfect!
I just have to continually improve myself with a practical action plan, one that is realistic and that balances between enjoyment of life and my imperfection.
A continual improvement plan that set end-points such as the following:
- Identification of what matters most events and activities in my life, whole life and daily life.
- Allowable nature of glitches, errors and mistakes in my what matters most events and activities.
- Allowable number of glitches, errors and mistakes in my what matters most events and activities, per day, per week, per month, per year, and per event and activity.
- Target of just 90% perfection in all my projects and programs.