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It Doesn't Need To Be Perfect!

Updated: Nov 8, 2023

Fear often masquerades as many things. One of them could be needing for things to be perfect. How can something be perfect before you have experience in doing it? It's impossible! So sitting on the fence waiting for the perfect scenario to do that thing that keeps nagging you is wasting your own time. It's robbing you of the learning curve you're trying to jump by just thinking. We have to get in the game to learn how the game is played. Just start! Yes, we study the game before going in, but at some point we need to be a player to go for that win.

Let go of trying to be perfect, and embrace the process of transformation. It's a journey! Catch a sneak peek at our conversation with Life Coach, Jenny Toh about impostor syndrome and doing hard things here ⬇️

"Being a perfectionist is holding you back. The reality is that it doesn't need to be perfect" says Jenny Toh. We talk impostor syndrome, how to recognise it, how to overcome it, and much more. This conversation will leave you with a new understanding of how to stay mentally fit as an entrepreneur or professional.

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Jenny is a qualified lawyer in the U.K., Singapore and Malaysia and her legal career spans over 24 years with experience as a corporate litigation attorney, an intellectual property legal counsel and a derivatives legal counsel at BP Singapore, OCBC Bank and ING Bank N.V. Jenny is also an International Coaching Federation (ICF) Associate CertifiedCoach (ACC) with experience of over 200 coaching hours. She is a professional life coach who runs her own coaching practice, River LifeCoaching Pte. Ltd. She is also a Certified Canfield Trainer in the SuccessPrinciples and runs webinars on current topics such as gender bias issues and mental fitness.

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