These are the opposite of big-picture people, but they have the irritating habit of being quite good at what they do. An employee obsessed with perfect presentations will make: perfect presentations. Everyone wants a monomaniac when seeking a cure from a doctor - and it's no bad thing in actors or chefs either. Writers famously suffer, as do painters (the ones who draw the same subject over and over again). The level of focus is appealing to the boss, but it gets on everyone else's nerves. As this is a compulsion, the only cure is one that shifts the mania to something else - though be careful here: it could be you instead.
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