Saturday, May 5, 2012

Criticism

Learn to take criticism and seek it out at every opportunity. Don’t get upset even if you think the criticism is harsh, don’t be offended even if you think it’s wrong, and always thank those who take the time to offer it.

-Owner's Don't Knock

6 comments:

  1. Sure, I am following you now. I hope you do the same. You can follow me (via GFC) by clicking this link. :)

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  2. Thank you Kristina!
    If you could please publicly follow my personal blog, True Blue Abbi, that would be lovely as well(:

    -XO Abbigayle Rashae
    -trueblueabbi.blogspot.com

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  3. interesting and wise,:Dtell me if we can follow each other:)

    http://sugarfreeee.blogspot.com.es/

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  4. A very wise advise. I always loved criticism as it helps me become a better person. I chose to see only its positive aspects.

    Hugs

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  5. I find criticism is sometimes merely a pretentious way for the reader to say that they "don't get it". The more you submit the better your chances of finding an editor who "gets it". Having said that, I must accept that sometimes I write rubbish and I need to be told so.

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  6. Thank you for the comments everyone!

    I'd love it if you'd also check out my lifestyle blog True Blue Abbi and publicly follow if you like it!

    -XO Abbigayle Rashae
    -trueblueabbi.blogspot.com

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