Overcoming Toxic Perfectionism: New Best-Selling book, I Am Perfectly Flawsome: How Embracing Imperfection Makes Us Better, Demonstrates The Value of Being Flawsome.

Overcoming Toxic Perfectionism: New Best-Selling book, I Am Perfectly Flawsome: How Embracing Imperfection Makes Us Better, Demonstrates The Value of Being Flawsome.

“Enlightened and enlightening…this book will prove to be a valuable resource as you embrace the power of a flawsome existence.” – Anglela Stopper, Ph.D. Chief Learning Office & Director of People and Organization Development, UC Berkeley.
Ideal for Mental Health Awareness Month in a world obsessed with perfection, “I Am Perfectly Flawsome: How Embracing Imperfection Makes Us Better” by Tom Collins, JD, and Michele Molitor, CPCC, CCHt, emerges as a groundbreaking bestseller, achieving the #1 spot on Amazon.com across multiple categories in the US, UK, CA, and AU marketplaces. This insightful book challenges the traditional notions of perfectionism, advocating for a healthier approach to personal and professional success.

The book begins with a powerful, science-backed statement against all forms of perfectionism, debunking the myth that “normal” perfectionists are more productive or successful. Drawing inspiration from Kintsugi, the Japanese art of “golden repair,” authors Collins and Molitor introduce “Flawsomism,” a transformative mindset that celebrates imperfections and views failure as a springboard for growth.

A Universal Message with Diverse Applications

“I Am Perfectly Flawsome” addresses a wide audience, from leaders and professionals grappling with workplace challenges, to women navigating male-dominated fields and the pressures of working motherhood, to the impact of AI on the illusion of perfect output. The book also speaks to parents concerned about passing on perfectionist traits to their children and aging adults facing societal “youth culture” expectations.

Innovative and Insightful

Blending personal anecdotes with rigorous research, Collins and Molitor offer a fresh perspective on overcoming toxic perfectionism. Each chapter concludes with thought-provoking questions designed to foster self-reflection and personal growth. The book includes references to influential works such as Aly Raisman’s “Fierce” and Brené Brown’s “Daring Greatly,” enhancing its appeal and relatability.

Critical Acclaim and Practical Impact

Joslyn Vann, of The US Review of Books, praises the book, stating, “This book is a triumph in the self-help genre. Collins and Molitor deliver a smart discussion of prevailing thoughts on perfectionism, Japanese philosophy, and modern society.”

Early readers agree:

“Michele and Tom’s mantra in I Am Perfectly Flawsome is that we should strive for excellence while not chasing perfection. Enlightened and enlightening…this book will prove to be a valuable resource as you embrance the power of a flawsome existence.” – Angela Stopper, Ph.D. Chief Learning office & Director of People and Organization Development, UC Berkeley. 

“I Am Perfectly Flawsome shows us ways to return to our authentic self, to heal wounds lived and inherited, to cultivate greater self-trust, and celebrate our individual ‘flawsomeness.’ “ — Thomas Rosenberg, somatic leadership development coach

What a wonderful read! I really connected with the flawsome mind set, and knowing that excellence can still be achieved without perfectionism. As a mom of three small children, I will definitely be utilizing the tips and practical applications about increasing self esteem and breaking the perfectionist cycle. It’s so important these days that we model for our kids and remind them that they are worthy and enough!” — Kari Knitt, Operations Manager/Coach at Dignify.com

“I loved the key tenet of this book that perfectionism is harmful at all ages. In particular, I enjoyed reading Chapter 9 that many aspects of our emotional well-being improve with age. As a recent author at age 63, I loved reading the many success stories of Tom & Michele’s older clients and how they overcame perfectionism.” — Greg Davis, retirement planning coach and author of CHECKMATE: Tips & Lessons to Help You Make the Right Moves to Achieve Happiness!

“This book breaks the trance of unworthiness in a most powerful way, making it possible for readers to drop the quest for perfectionism before it takes even deeper tolls on our bodies, psyches, and relationships. Collins and Molitor are the real deal, having gone on their own extensive journeys of recovering from perfectionism, and returning with this book to show us another way to know who we are and why we matter no matter what.” — Sunni Brown, Bestselling Author, TED Speaker, and Founder, Center for Deep Self Design

About the Authors

Tom Collins, JD, is a “recovering attorney” and serial entrepreneur with wide-ranging research interests and several prior books, while Michele Molitor, CPCC, CCHt, brings years of experience as a certified coach and clinical hypnotherapist and author of numerous articles and previous books. Their combined expertise provides a robust foundation for the principles of Flawsomism.

Availability

“I Am Perfectly Flawsome: How Embracing Imperfection Makes Us Better” is also available for purchase on Amazon in both digital and print formats.

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