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Nov 6, 2016


Becky and Diana discuss how to take criticism in a way that helps you grow.

  • Criticism is often seen as a loaded word. It’s frequently associated with fault.
  • Self-criticism is based on stories we tell ourselves, whether they are true or not.
  • When you are Uniquely Brilliant you are a target for criticism because you stand out.
  • You get to decide if there is something you can build on from someone’s criticism of you.
  • It doesn’t matter how the criticism is delivered, what matters is how you choose to receive it.
  • Take the emotion out of the criticism to find its validity.
  • Giving positive feedback is a learned skill.
  • When you say something in a way that makes people feel validated and heard, they can learn from what you tell them.
  • How would your role model respond to criticism?
  • When all else fails, smile until you are ready to respond.