“Positive criticism is an investment in excellence.”– Tal Ben-Shahar –
“Unconstructive criticism is like a grenade – it may cause a lot of damage without offering any solutions.”– Unknown –
Refrain From Destructive Criticism!
Criticism can be fuel for Growth & Advancement. Too often, we let criticism get to us. But it’s important to remember that criticism is part of the growth process. It’s essential that we embrace constructive criticism, personal and professional development. Shedding light on areas for improvement, constructive criticism propels you forward. By taking a step back and reflecting on our mistakes, we can learn and improve. And in the end, that’s what will help us achieve our goals. So be kind to yourself, and to others too! With empathy and respect, it fosters positive change.
Avoid destructive criticism, it is highly detrimental to our mental health.
Yes, it does undermine any type of progress and personal growth!
Merriam-Webster What’s the difference between criticism and critique? There’s some overlap in meaning, but they’re not the same in every situation. Criticism is most often used broadly to refer to the act of negatively criticizing someone or something (“I’m more interested in encouragement right now than criticism”) or a remark or comment that expresses disapproval (“She shared a minor criticism about the design”), while critique is a more formal word for a carefully expressed judgment, opinion, or evaluation of both the good and bad qualities of something—for example, books or movies. Thus, a critic can write a critique that may be full of criticism.
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