How Perfectionism Is Stopping You From Having A Cooking Show

Something that often comes up when I'm talking to someone about starting their cooking show is their desire for everything to be perfect before they get started.

I can't tell you how many times I've had people tell me they're a perfectionist, as if that's something I'm supposed to be impressed by.

I'm not.

Why not?

Because perfectionists never get started.

I haven't met a perfectionist yet who went on to start their cooking show.

Perfection Doesn't Exist In Video Production

That's a truth that people who have no video production experience do not realize.

There's no such thing as a perfect video.

And there's certainly no such thing as a perfect video series...especially when you're talking about producing 50 videos per year, which is what having a revenue-generating cooking show will require.

So going for perfection just means that your cooking show will only exist in your mind and never in the real world.

Here's What Success Looks Like...And It Ain't Perfect

Here's the very first cooking show episode of a local vegan chef I just started working with:

We recorded three episodes that day.

None perfect, but each one a little better than the one before it.

And on his next recording day, Chef Chris was better than he was on his first recording day.

And he'll just continue to improve because he got started and he's getting his reps in and getting more comfortable standing in front of the camera.

That's how this works.

Meanwhile, the perfectionist plans and plans and analyzes...but has no cooking show.

So which do you want?

  • A real cooking show that the world can see so it can make you money?
  • Or a perfect cooking show that exists only in your mind?

If you want a real cooking show that will allow you to quit your job if you want to, click here to get started today.


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