What to take and what to leave about criticism

When you receive criticism you usually can find at least anything positive to take, including harsh criticism or comments that you consider are unfair or made by someone you think he is trying to dish you.

Take the positive part of any criticism? And what is the positive part of criticism.

Sometimes it is difficult to find it when you feel angry or sad. But after this bad moment ask yourself what you are doing.

Is there anything you can make to be better in this area of the criticism?

If you have made a serious analysis and you have to conclude that the person who is criticizing you has no reason to do it then try to change the focus your question and try to learn a lesson in this way: you probably are having a personal or professional problem with this person that cannot appreciate your work: How can you avoid these tensions? What can you do to make this conflict better or to create an environment of tolerance?

Be honest with yourself. In the end, remember that wise is the one who can learn and be better even from negative experiences.

3 thoughts on “What to take and what to leave about criticism”

  1. I used to take it real bad but then I realized that I was just making things difficult for me. So what I do now is to shrug it off and try to make myself better instead of feeling bad about it.

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  2. Yes, very true.
    For me positive and negative criticism is useful like a bulb producing
    light during the night. Means that would makes us better individuals by
    knowing our both sides whether in our works or personal identity or attitudes.
    The more we know our positive and negative sides, the more we understand
    ourselves and look for improvement at all times.

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