Tucson Book Signing for "The Perfection Paradox"
Mon Mar 27 2023 at 10:00 am
9401 East 22nd Street,Tucson,85710,US | Tucson, AZ
AdvertisementHey Tucson - I'm coming home! Come on out and join me at a book signing for "The Perfection Paradox"
Tucson AZ - I'm coming Home!
I'm excited to be signing copies of my book in my hometown! Drop by the Fry's store at 22nd Street and Harrison anytime between 10 am and 3 pm to pick up and copy and get it personally autographed, or just come by to say hi and catch up! Books can be purchased on-site through the Fry's store checkout.
"The Perfection Paradox" is the book for you if you are, know, or live with a perfectionist. About the book:
PERFECTIONISM IS A POWERFUL DRUG. DOES THE ADDICTION HAVE ITS GRIP ON YOU?
Perfection. It sounds appealing. After all, what is better than perfect? The allure of perfection hooks and draws us in. Once we’ve tasted perfection, good will never be good enough again! At least that’s what we tell ourselves. If you want to discover:
-How good intentions and efforts can lead to an addiction to perfection.
-The effects of perfectionism on yourself and those around you.
-A path to understanding and living with perfectionism in a way that serves you rather than enslaves you.
TAKE IMPERFECT ACTION AND ESCAPE TO EXCELLENCE TODAY!
Still not sure? Keep reading to learn what others have to say.
"In "The Perfection Paradox," Jeffrey A. Kramer uses a lifetime of examples to paint a clear and powerful picture of the damaging impacts of perfectionism on work and life. Fortunately for him, and for us, he also shares simple and actionable steps to escape from the prison of perfection.”—Dr. Marshall Goldsmith, New York Times bestselling author, World's #1 Executive Coach
“Who would have thought that perfection could actually prevent excellence by inducing a paralyzing fear of failure, and creating a habit of negativity, distraction and procrastination? Indeed, that is the contradiction Jeffrey A. Kramer explores in his book "The Perfection Paradox." If you are finding that being a perfectionist has its dark side, this book can help you explore and conquer the harmful side of perfect and find a rewarding path to excellence for yourself and those around you.”—Elizabeth McCormick, former US Army Black Hawk Pilot, #5 on the list of Leadership Experts to follow
“Perfection is far from the good thing it masquerades as. In "The Perfection Paradox" Jeff shows us how it’s possible to recognize and escape from this crippling deception. He provides a proven process to find clarity and experience a life of freedom.”—Kary Oberbrunner, CEO of Igniting Souls, USA Today and Wall Street Journal bestselling author
Where is it happening?9401 East 22nd Street,Tucson,85710,US, United States
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