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All people benefit from an awareness of flaws, willingness to change, and growth in positive directions. It's important to be able to hear the positive advice within constructive criticism to find this awareness and power to change. There are many approaches to giving constructive criticism, such as tough love, positive reinforcement, shock statements, and motivational talk.
What approaches are the most beneficial? Does it vary based on the person or situation? Some people may need to be slapped in the face information-wise while others may need a softer touch. A possible downside of a harsher approach may be that people can't hear the positive side because they get offended. Thus, once they hear something critical, they may stop listening! And the very thing that could help them is what they detest and reject defensively.
Regardless of the approach, how can people better receive constructive criticism? What can you do to listen for the deeper meaning and identify the positive advice that you can apply to your own life? How can we be more open to having our flaws exposed by others without getting defensive? And do we need both approaches?
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Nothing can stop wealth more than a fear of criticism. In today's episode, Pat Council will share information that will help you overcome any fear of criticism that you may have. Learn to ignore being trashed to doing confident things that will bring you more cash. Also, learn how to invest that cash wisely as Mario Payne of Raymond James Financial Services shares how to deal with the stock market.
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When your boss calls you in for an unscheduled review of your performance, what is your reaction? Does fear ripple through your heart? Well, try to relax because mini-reviews, quickie check-ups go on all the time in business. When a client complains, it is predictable that your boss will talk to you about the complaint ... AND you should be glad! Most times, you will receive constructive criticism which will help you improve your job performance.
Listen as Dr. Joan discusses why you will want to thank your supervisor for telling you the truth!
Are you experiencing relationship issues at home, at work, or at play? Tune in to hear Dr. Joan describe alternative solutions. Follow along as she presents keys for harmony.
A portion of each program is devoted to the reading of Dr. Joan's published stories about human disputes. She is currently reading from her first novel Gra Im Thu! I Love You! The story is about two Irish families who find themselves intermarrying, even though they are poles apart in the areas of religion and politics. Tune in and listen to the story, as the O'Grady and Gwynn families learn to solve their potato encounters and develop a method for making delicious mashed potatoes together. Find out how diversity and harmony can live in the same house.
Many are able to dish it out, but few are able to handle it... CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM. In order to improve your skills and craft , constructive criticism is a helpful way to learn your strengths and weaknesses. What are the forms of criticisms? How can you tell the difference between constructive criticism and someone being critical? Who are good people to obtain good constructive criticism from? ( ex: family, friends, experts, etc) and who are people you shouldn't ? Do majority rules in opinions always? What are some tips or ways to learn how to be receptive towards constructive criticism ?
No one likes to be criticized. When others point out what they think you have done wrong, that can activate a part of you that already believes you are not perfect enough. So, how can such an experience help you become your best self? Join host Arlene Arnold and Leslie Romine to discuss how color can show you how to turn criticism into spiritual strength.
If you're living, breathing, working, living, changing the world, or simply striving to rise above the status quo, you will be criticized by others. Criticism comes from facts, opinions, prejudices, and can be unfair, but you can overcome them and move forward by remembering a few important things to prepare yourself to handle it when it comes. Listen now to find out what they are!
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Today Carly Alyssa Thorne and Rick Zanotti talk about perceptions and how to deal with people. Topics include social media rants, internet anonymity, communicating clearly and some management techniques for dealing with perceptual conflicts between people.
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Many with ADHD live a lifetime being criticized. How does one appropriately respond and manage criticism in an ego-driven world? In this episode of Attention Talk Radio we interview Sandy Maynard who gives tips on how to respond to criticism positively by being assertive and not attacking or surrendering to the technique. If you find yourself overly criticized or struggling with it, this is a show you won't want to miss.
Attention Talk Radio is the leading site for self-help Internet radio shows focusing on attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and attention deficit disorder (ADD), including managing symptoms of attention deficit disorder, adults with ADD, or adults who have children with ADHD. Attention Talk Radio, hosted by attention coach Jeff Copper, is designed to help adults and children (particularly those diagnosed with or impacted by attention deficit disorder or its symptoms) in life or business who are stuck, overwhelmed, or frustrated. It will help adults and children get unstuck and moving forward by helping to open their minds and pay attention to what works.
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All of us who have spent any time in the oilfield have endured criticism of some sort. Usually it stems from environmental purposes, and from lack of education. As a family, we have moved more times then we should following the industry, and have endured an awful lot of rejection and negative behavior, just simply because of our career choice. For example, when we first moved into the boom town that we currently reside in, cost of living was a direct reflection of oilfield judgment. Rent is outrageous, and the first question they ask before you are even allowed to look at a home, is if you are oilfield. If you reply yes, rent seems to go up, or the deposite is higher. If you want to take your camper to the local campground for a vacation, they assume you are oilfield looking for living accommodations in their facility and the price goes up. I may be just an average person, but I cant help but wonder, why on earth, any of that should matter... as if oilfield money is dirty or something... money is money, it spends the same no matter where it comes from. This episode is going to focus on how we handle these uncomfortable situations. Take the time to listen, add to the conversation by joining our live chat, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org , tell me your story or input on the subject and I will do my best to incorporate it into our program. Also, feel free to send a shout out to anyone who may be listening!!
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