• How to Strive for Excellence (and Still Be Human!)

    Jennifer and her sister Carolyn Bever speak with Monica Packer of the About Progress podcast all about how to develop ourselves without perfectionism getting in the way! Listen to hear more about... - How Carolyn went from only being able to run down the block to qualifying for the Boston Marathon. - What parenting has taught Jennifer about herself and her own problematic perfectionism. - How to overcome fears of failure or discomfort. - The normalcy of perfectionism, the false ideas within it, and how we can transcend it. This is a unique self-development podcast that you don't want to miss!

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  • Developing Spiritual Maturity

    Jody Moore of the Better Than Happy Podcast interviews Dr. Finlayson-Fife on the topic of Spiritual Maturity. They discuss.. -The importance of spiritual maturity and how to achieve it. -How to live life more honestly and in line with your integrity. -The process of approaching obedience with wisdom. -The true meaning of modesty and how to teach it wisely. -How perfectionism is a counterfeit virtue, and what real goodness looks like. -What the fruits of spiritual maturity are.

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  • Allowing Yourself to Fully Experience Being Human

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  • The Perils of Perfectionism

    Monica Packer of the About Progress Podcast asks Dr. Finlayson-Fife for her thoughts on perfectionism, how to make sense of it, and how to overcome it.

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  • "Get Over Yourself" - When Perfectionism Undermines Your Development, Relationships, And Peace Of Mind

    Have you ever heard the saying, "I am my own worst enemy?" If you've thought or said that about yourself, then this episode is for you. (And if you haven't, then this episode is also for you.)

    About Progress
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