94. Don’t Take It Personally

There will undoubtedly be times where your boss or colleagues are not in favor of something you did, how you did it, when you did it, where you did it or why they think you did it. And in some way shape or form they will let you know it.  Don’t take their criticism personally because honestly it usually isn’t.  Even though it may not be your first instinct, it is best to hear them out and look to understand their point of view. Chances are you can learn something from the interchange and there may be something you would do different next time. Even if there is no positive aspect to the interchange, it is important to forgive, forget and move on.

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