Research shows that perfectionist people fail to prioritize tasks more than others. Three aspects of perfectionism make it clear why this is happening.
First of all, perfectionists find it very difficult to classify their decisions because every decision they make is important for them. A trivial task bothers them much more than others. Once these people have the comfort and freedom to eliminate trivial tasks, it will make them feel more comfortable and in control.
Another issue is that perfectionists always want to try to do more than expected. If the task assigned to them is a task for 1 week, this task must be submitted within 3 days according to their description success. However, this person sees exceeding expectations as the only way to satisfy and make someone happy. People who want to overcome these thoughts need to see objectively what it takes in their lives to meet these 'superior' expectations. Accordingly, it will make them feel better if they realize that even doing what is expected from them is perfect enough.
Finally, perfectionists are distant from acquiring a new habit due to their lack of flexibility. The solution suggested by experts is to create a mechanism that measures whether your attachment to a habit is beneficial to you or not.