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How do you think being open to criticism might help you solve problems in your daily life? What can you do to remain open to criticism?
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How do you think being open to criticism might help you solve problems in your daily life? What can you do to remain open to criticism?
Weegy: Criticism is crucial for personal improvement. It’s the most direct way to find out what you should improve on. However, accepting criticism can be emotionally challenging. [ Afterall, we’re only human, who wants to hear bad stuff about ourselves? It’s hard to not take it personally. Our instinctive reaction is to become defensive and we shut out potentially helpful and life-enhancing tips. By doing this, we miss out on what could supercharge our improvement. So how can you take criticism without getting self-conscious and defensive? Answer: An effective way to accept criticism is to externalize it. When you externalize criticism, you escape the defensiveness trap. You stop being self-conscious and take criticism objectively, which lets you reap the benefits of the helpful tips that the criticism contains. The criticism isn’t directed at you personally, but at a writer, artist, worker, developer (or whatever else you’re getting feedback for) that just happens to have the same name as you. When you take criticism objectively, your initial defensiveness fades away, simply because you’re not taking it personally anymore. Externalizing criticism lets you extract helpful tips from even the most critical feedback. You take the bits that make sense to you and discard the rest. You don’t risk getting defensive or even feeling bad or self-conscious. Externalizing criticism is also a shield from bad and unhelpful criticism. It doesn’t matter how much or what kind of comments and criticism you get: you look at it all objectively. ] (More)
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How do you think being open to criticism might help you solve problems in your daily life? What can you do to remain open to criticism?
Weegy: A person must be open to criticism to make sure that he or she will not make mistakes in life that the person may have made themselves (More)
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Refer to p. 351–352 of Psychology and Your Life. What is self-efficacy? How does this affect your educational goals and career goals? What is the relationship between self-efficacy and self-esteem?
Weegy: : I am so sorry, but I dont have that Textbook you are referring to. (More)
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