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Tell Me I Suck, Please
Marketer, writer, and consultant at Simpletiger
There is a beauty about objective feedback. Sometimes it hurts, but it's objective, and it means something. If you can take negative feedback, even when you want to emotionally retaliate, it will do eons for what you can achieve.
Giving and Accepting Criticism
Lisa Mirza Grotts
Author, Etiquette Expert
Giving criticism of any kind is difficult, though it is often the job of managers and business executives to do so. If we want to be helpful when correcting the mistakes of others, we must always be mindful of the way we do it. Of course, accepting criticism can be even harder to do.
Criticism: Can You Take It?
Dr. Hendrie Weisinger
Psychologist, consultant, speaker, author of Performing Under ...
You can't use criticism to your advantage if you are not going to at least listen to it. Align your definition of criticism with its historical helpful intent by programming yourself with the thought "criticism is information that can help me grow."
5 Reasons Why Feedback Is Important
Organizational Psychology, Career Coach, Writer, Blogger
5 Keys to Dealing with Criticism in the Music Industry
Husband, father, entrepreneur, freelance writer, and goofball
Since criticism can come from different sources, it sometimes helps to contextualize them for perspective. Then it is possible to work through the motivations of the critic in order to handle what was said in the best way.
Tough Conversations 101
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