Use Think, Act, Forget to Reach Critics
Everyone sometimes has a critic who cannot help but share his opinion. Sometimes there is something good about them, but listen to them too much and you will never take action. The Think, Act, Forget method helps you deal constructively with criticism.
The Entrepreneur business website explains a simple three-step process for dealing with reviews from people who criticize you. It’s helpful to take the time to think about what they are saying and take action if necessary, but after that you can ignore it:
- Consider. Is what this person said true?
- Act. If so, do something to fix it. If there is nothing you can do, want or need to do, skip this step.
- Forget. It’s done. Above. You can live your life with reckless dedication and boundless joy.
The key point here is that once you’ve decided on an appropriate way to deal with criticism (if any), you can move on . Skipping the first and second steps means you are missing out on some thoughtful considerations that can lead to self-improvement. In the meantime, by skipping the third step, you may get stuck on one thing that you were once told. Living in fear, paralysis of action is not the best way to deal with criticism.
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