Unfinished Business. Or How I’ve Stopped Trying To Be Perfect.

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For most of my life, I have been great at starting things. Ideas flow forth from my brain and I get excited at the prospect of doing this or the other. Whether it was starting a new model kit, a new diary in January, a commitment to a new hobby, DIY jobs or a website to promote and support a new career path.
But typically, I fall into old patterns of behaviour and things lay unfinished. The model kits have long since been consigned to the bin, I have a box of three-quarter-empty diaries that could reconstitute a small tree and an Amazon order history full of weird and wonderful devices, components and tools. And up to today, this website is testimony to my inability to (largely) see things through to completion.
Not to mention the sheets of board, screws, nails and piles of timber filling up the shed.

**Disclaimer: I have actually completed and achieved a fair bit in my life, but if I had finished 75% of that which I’ve started, I’d be in a very different space to where I am currently**

Why is incompletion my default?

My long-suffering wife is a Psychotherapist. A very good one, I might add (and just in case she reads this!) There are many types of Psychotherapy and her background is in Transactional Analysis (TA). TA is defined (by Wikipedia at least) as:

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  1. Jim 27th April 2019 at 5:06 am #

    Good o e Steve, love TA. My unfinished music collection is massive too.

  2. PD 25th April 2019 at 7:59 am #

    Good for you Steve. A very open hearted and positive read👍

    • Steve Ringham 25th April 2019 at 11:42 am #

      Thanks for taking the time to read this and thanks for your kind comments!

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