What kind of “im poster” are you?

And how You can work this to your ad­van­tage, Ac­cord­ing to valerie young.

Elle (Canada) - - Career -

The Per­fec­tion­ist

Flawed at­ti­tude:

If there’s a sin­gle typo, the whole re­port is a to­tal dis­as­ter.

Fix: “Be proud that you care deeply about your work, but let go of the idea of 100per­cent per­fec­tion.”

The Ex­pert

Flawed at­ti­tude:

If you were re­ally smart, you would know the an­swer to that ques­tion.

Fix: “Ac­cept that you can’t know ev­ery­thing—you’re a hu­man, not Wikipedia!”

The Soloist

Flawed at­ti­tude:

If you have to ask for help, you’ve let your­self down.

Fix: “Build re­la­tion­ships by al­low­ing peo­ple to help you, even a lit­tle bit.”

The Nat­u­ral ge­nius

Flawed at­ti­tude:

If learn­ing that new soft­ware doesn’t come ef­fort­lessly, like it should, you’re dumb.

Fix: “Be grate­ful you can pick things up eas­ily—but some things take prac­tice.”

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