Criticism can help us grow and we should always be open to honest critiques. How can you tell if someone is offering legitimate criticism or if they are simply being haters? How can you offer criticism to someone without appearing like a hater?
Click play to find out. Then leave an honest (even if critical review) on iTunes.
- We should welcome criticism while ignoring hate.
- Criticism builds you up, even if it stings. Hate has no other point than to tear you down.
- There are three kinds of people – those who love you no matter what, those who hate you no matter what, and those who don’t care and/or are open to persuasion.
- Do not try persuading haters, as they are negative for the sake of being negative.
- However, you should look at the sentiment behind the hate. Maybe the hater has overstated a sentiment shared by other people?
- My haters helped me write an awesome post on juicing.
- Why I think Tim Ferris is a great man and you should buy the 4 Hour Workweek (Amazon), even though I’ve criticized his disclosures about TRT.
- When you offer criticism, show how your critique will help the person improve his work. This is how you show you’re not a hater.