No matter how much any of us tries, we all make mistakes. And even when we’re not making mistakes, we may have other flaws or negative mannerisms that impact our work. Invariably, this leads to someone trying to help us by pointing out the error of our ways.
That’s pretty much constructive criticism in a nutshell – and it’s constructive because the purpose is to help us improve.
If we truly want to improve, we must learn how to accept the constructive criticism and use it to better ourselves.
So how do we do that?