It’s generally agreed that feedback is necessary, criticism is valuable, judgement is normal.
But in a world where feedback, criticism, and judgement are everywhere…
and it’s the loudest opinions not the best that get most attention…
where does that leave you?
Where does that leave anyone working with the new – as a leader, an inventor, an entrepreneur, a creative, or a thinker?
Or anyone who’s a sensitive but passionate introvert?
Or anyone who needs to take risks and respond creatively to uncertainty? Which is all of us.
Organizations must continually adapt to their environments to stay competitive or risk becoming obsolete
And this can happen without us noticing.
Doubt sets in and the musician winds up putting down the true flowering of himself and his music
When you criticise anyone – whether that’s someone else, or yourself – remember the effect it has.
Let’s quieten the critic, not the criticised.
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