Embracing Criticism and Judgment

In my latest video update, I talk about a topic that has been popping up a lot in my world for the past few weeks. For anyone doing something creative (like starting a business, running a blog, creating music, etc…) you inherently open yourself up to criticism and judgment.

Most people avoid this at all costs but I have a slightly different perspective.

Check it out and let me know what you think:

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3 Responses to Embracing Criticism and Judgment

  1. Dan Lew @ Make Money Online December 16, 2010 at 11:04 pm #

    I agree some of the most successful people in the world have criticism. Look at Microsoft for example, McDonalds, Pepsi but yet they are still strong.

    It’s the constructive criticism I like when someone has something useful to say, not just when oh that’s bad, and that’s it!

    I enjoy your videos!

    Dan
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    • Justin Popovic December 17, 2010 at 6:41 am #

      Hey Dan,

      Agreed. I enjoy constructive feedback because it comes from a place of authenticity. The person generally wants you to succeed! When the negative feedback is in the form of a attack, it says more about the other person than it does about you.

  2. Stan Young December 18, 2010 at 11:28 pm #

    A great topic and I basically agree with your thoughts on this matter any publicity good or bad has to be a good thing at least you are getting your message out there.
    Even negative feed back can be good, as every opinion has its merrit even if we may not necessaryly agree with it.
    It always surprises me the expections of some people, On your recomendation I have used Fiver and been blown away with the value provided.
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