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New Book By Organizational Psychologist Explores And Explains Hidden Costs Of Perfectionism

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Written by a Seasoned Facilitator of Dr. Brené Brown's Work, "The Perfection Paradox" Encourages Readers to Strive for Healthier Practices by Understanding the Research Behind Perfectionism and Its Impact On Our Lives

CHICAGO - s4story -- Today, Inspirebytes Omni Media announces the release of The Perfection Paradox. Originally published in Dutch, it is written by Netherlands-based organizational psychologist Marjon Bohré-den Harder, a student and colleague of Dr. Brené Brown. This exciting self-help book is now available to English-speaking audiences for the first time. Although many may view perfectionism as a positive trait, it can actually lead to burnout, procrastination, and dissatisfaction on both organizational and individual levels. This is the perfection paradox, wherein the endless pursuit of perfection ultimately leads to a worse outcome. Using empirical evidence and actionable exercises, The Perfection Paradox invites readers to question whether perfectionism really benefits anyone, ultimately leading us to find a healthier balance in our personal and professional lives.

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"I hope people who read the book will understand that there is no such thing as healthy perfectionism," Bohré-den Harder says. "Perfectionism will burn you out, will prevent you from learning and growing, and more than that, it does not make you an interesting or relatable human being. The best thing you can give yourself and the world is being you—all of you. Your ambition, your strivings, AND your humanness, flaws and insecurities included. That is how we make for a better world together."

The Perfection Paradox is available now on Amazon with worldwide distribution in English for US$16.95.

About Inspirebytes Omni Media:

Inspirebytes Omni Media (IOM) is a women-owned and -operated publishing and multimedia company dedicated to effecting positive change by producing books and other products that are inspirational, educational, and entertaining. Through our core principles—service, authenticity, integrity, and fun—we collaboratively develop, promote, and leverage good work in the world. For more information, visit www.inspirebytes.com

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About Marjon Bohré-den Harder:

Marjon Bohré is a seasoned executive and team coach, with over 25 years of experience as a manager, trainer, coach, and consultant. She founded her private practice in 2008 and works with leaders and their teams on humanizing organizations. She is a registered facilitator in the work of Professor Brené Brown, PhD. Marjon is also a PhD candidate researching the role of leadership in humanness within organizations. Marjon lives in Rijswijk, the Netherlands with her husband and their two daughters.

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