How to accept criticism? - Deepstash
How to accept criticism?

How to accept criticism?

* Keep calm

* Try to understand the criticism

* Be open to new ideas

* Remember that assertiveness is the key

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Constructive criticism assumes that the person giving it has chosen to talk about it because it wants to help the other in reaching the good or help to progress.

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