Audrey Holst: How To Repair Your Perfectionism

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Audrey Holst is on a mission to stop our current perceptions of perfectionism from holding us back in our lives and careers. In today’s episode, she reveals how to rewire how we feel about perfection and, ultimately, ourselves. Audrey also breaks down the fascinating connections between perfectionism and our survival instincts, and shares why the most helpful thing you can do for yourself is simply reach out.


Topics include:

  • What perfectionism really means
  • Listening to people to figure out what works
  • Changing our perceptions of weakness and laziness
  • Getting on board with your own humanity
  • The perfectionist two-step
  • You can’t have control over everything (and why that’s a good thing)
  • Why truly noticing is one of the most impactful things you can do
  • Why you can never find clear answers in a place of fear (and what you should do instead)
  • The four Cs of perfectionism
  • Putting an end to conditional relationships
  • Honestly laying out your conversations
  • And so much more!

Audrey Holst helps people reform their perfectionism so they can reclaim their agency and put their full energy into what really matters. Her work uses a combination of mindfulness and neuroscience tools and combines over a decade of experience teaching yoga with deep knowledge of the nervous system and extensive training and work as a Certified Professional Coach through the Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC). Through her Fortitude & Flow® Process, Audrey guides individuals and groups through a holistic experience to shift the way they approach themselves and the things that matter to them – for good.


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