Here’s the thing. Feedback and constructive criticism are vital to improving. No one is perfect and we can all stand to learn more and do better. It’s not a comment on your ability, criticism is simply finding something you can improve and make better.
Constructive criticism, especially, is defined as “often containing helpful and specific suggestions for positive change, constructive criticism is highly focused on a particular issue or set of issues, as opposed to providing general feedback on the item or organization as a whole.”
Constructive criticism is not mean or rude or malicious. It is not something people give you to make you feel bad about yourself or try to tear you down.
Feedback and constructive criticism are tools to help you continue to grow and improve.
And being able to take feedback in the manner in which it is given is a very important skill.Read her full article @ Medium