A perfectly perfect perfectionist!
I’ve always been a perfectionist, which makes me hard on me, so I tend to be pretty down on myself pretty often. As a professional
designer and sign maker, my errors are often glaring and pretty darn public! (Or at least, HIGHLY embarrassing when found AFTER the printed or assembled piece has been released to public scrutiny!) To offset these, I like to relate this story often: Native American weavers will/would typically introduce an intentional flaw into the design of their weaving, because producing a “perfect” piece would cause their very soul to be captured in the piece! It helps me cope with those typos or grammatical errors which slip past my proof reading and numerous spelling and grammar checks! It usually puts a smile on the face of my clients as well!