Take Criticism Seriously, But Not Personally

“Take criticism seriously, but not personally. If there is truth or merit in the criticism, try to learn from it. Otherwise, let it roll right off you.” – Hillary Clinton







4 responses to “Take Criticism Seriously, But Not Personally”

  1. Gbenga L avatar
    Gbenga L

    when ever all you hear people around you say it complimenting your actions and decisions then watch out your downfall is near; if criticism is all you get from people around you then progressing well be difficult for you. A mix of both compliment and criticism is best for real self assessment. so take occasionally criticism the same way you take compliment

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    1. nikkyosblog avatar

      That’s right 👍 Thanks for the comment 👍


  2. Maroof Balogun avatar
    Maroof Balogun

    Taking compliments on board is rather very easy, well alot easier than taking criticism. I’m one to take criticism positively and work on areas of which I’m being criticised for but I find it kinda hard to accept negative criticism especially when the critics have got their info all tangled up and incorrect… that absolutely brings out the not- too- tolerant side of me. I’m learning though how to be more patient in such situations as the latter one and plan to do as the great Hilary Clinton said – if the criticism is false JUST LET IT ROLL OFF YOU! 😁

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    1. nikkyosblog avatar

      Yes o just let it roll off 😁 Thanks for the comment 👍


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