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Updated: January 10, 2018
Goal setting and developing life plans.
Sounds about as exciting as doing your income taxes, right?
But if you want to get more from your life, if you want better or different, then you have to incorporate change.
You know the scenario – it starts as a distant hum, then grows louder and louder. You try to ignore it, but no matter how many times you make it stop, it always comes back.
(Several years ago, Celestine Chua, life coach and founder of Personal Excellence, wrote and published an article “How to Give Constructive Criticism: 6 Helpful Tips” also published as the “Constructive Criticism Manifesto”, a guide for offering constructive criticism in a manner that is tactful, useful and beneficial to others. Her manifesto inspired the following post.)
We’ve all been there – giving a speech or a performance, conducting a meeting, or even just making dinner or trying a new hairstyle – those moments when we get constructive criticism from others.
“I’ll look at it later.”
“I’ve got time.”
“Tomorrow’s another day.”
Do any of these phrases sound familiar?