There are some people who say “You must know when to stop”. This statement is usually used for a person who works really hard at something and does not receive any good progress at all. But, is the statement really true? And can it be used in every person or every effort they’ve made? Let’s think it out.
For software engineers, deadline already become their everyday life. When we talk about the initialization of the project, we will come to the question “When is the deadline?”. When we are working on our project, we always have questions like “How much time do I have for this project?”. And when we need to bring some changes to our work, then we will have a question like “Can I make these changes before the deadline?” in mind. And when it comes the time to assess our performance, is our work always done before the deadline?
Growing up in a perfectionist parent environment can bring me benefits and disadvantages. For the benefit itself, you can become an ambitious person who strives to always make a great accomplishment everywhere. You always learn and try to do anything perfectly in every environment you get in like schools or your workplace. Somehow this feeling makes people stressed out. But some people can overcome it by learning how to take it slow and you can have so many modern entertainment media to do this.