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Wednesday, September 14, 2016

We Have Things to SAY! #perfectionisoverrated

Perfection is Overrated…
Be who you were created to be, for there is no perfect person.  Each of us has our own unique beauty and it comes from within. Peace happens when you don’t have to be perfect and you are free to be you! 

~Dianna Greene, Production Manager Sweet Spot® Skirts













Naturally Imperfect. 
That is what makes us human.  Limiting yourself, not allowing yourself to do something fun or fulfilling because you can’t do it perfectly is taking away the opportunity to be human.  

Life is Meant to be Lived.
You won’t evolve or grow without allowing yourself room to be imperfect.  How can one learn to do something new without trying?  Our first time to try anything will most likely not be perfect. This process leads to enormous personal growth.  

Get your Bucket List Out. 
Each item is carefully listed on paper and evaluated for days or even years.  Most of the time the items on your bucket list are going to be done one time and one time only.  Will you not try, since you won’t be able to do it perfectly the first time?  

Progress Not Perfection
As long as you know you are making progress toward being the best You that you can be, you are living the life you were meant to be. 

~ Mary Meier, Director of Operations

 













Perfection is so overrated.  
Perfect or Perfection has become a word used incorrectly to describe people, places, scenarios and things.  We have no standards by which to accurately measure perfection, except our own experiences, preferences and lifestyle.  In our life, it is the imperfections which make us unique, fun, different, creative and adventurous. We learn from these imperfect lessons about ourselves and the world we live in. 
~Laurie, Event Manager and Run Pretty Far CEO



Our Staff:
“There is no perfect accomplishment, You are always getting better,” ~Ellie

“Focusing on perfection takes your focus away from the things that really matter,” ~Tina

“You can’t be perfect, you always make a mistake,” ~Florica (said in our best Romanian accent!!!!)

We want to hear from you!  Tell us your pefect imperfection story. 

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