“Don’t let negativity affect your vision. A lot of people have said harsh things, but I don’t let it affect me. If anything, it gives me more enthusiasm and pushes me to do better in my career so I can prove them wrong.” — Nicole Polizzi
We cannot control what people say to us. We can only control the way we respond and take those feedbacks.
Most people have difficulty receiving feedbacks especially harsh comments. They immediately think of it as a validation of who they are.
People who advance further in life know how to deal with even the most painful comment they get. They don’t dwell on the negativity for so long. They don’t despise the other party for his thoughts.
Instead, they dissect it for a possible lesson to improve themselves.
Harsh comments can actually wake us up from a long slumber of settling for mediocrity. Getting criticisms can be very uncomfortable. But they are great reflections on the kind of performance we have.
Evaluate where the criticisms come from. You can be open to harsh comments to become better directed internally.
Separate the criticisms that rot your system and toss it. Scrutinize some painful comments for possible lessons you can get
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