Last night we talked about the difference between being closed-minded and having a structured vision. Tonight we're going to build on that thought.
There is a difference between a critic and a critique.
A critic likes to lie in wait and tear down a person, presentation, or organization.
A critique comes from a trusted source who knows the vision within the person, for the presentation, and of the organization.
Ignoring a critic leaves you with the time to hear out a critique.
Critics convince people who should never stop, to quit.
Critiques are sources of wisdom that allow us to become better versions of ourselves.
The next time you are bothered by the words you are hearing remember this...
"...it MAY BE that..."
You need to determine if they come from a critic or someone you trust.
Ignore the former and leverage the latter.
That's the difference between quitting and getting better.
The difference between a critic and a critique.
brett w. gould
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