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Finding the courage to express yourself isn’t always an easy thing to do.
While technology gives us countless tools to share our creations with the world, it also opens us up to the opinions of others: the good, the bad, and the cruel.If mean words keep popping up in your mind, don’t let them drop down and poison your soul. Click To Tweet
To keep yourself open and continuously creating amidst the rocky terrain of online public opinion is a vital skill, especially when you’re committed to being a force for good.
That’s why I was intrigued when a reader asked how I **personally** deal with criticism online.
Rather than just empathize, I thought I’d share some fun “feedback” from my own critics. If nothing else, I hope it makes you laugh.
Look, not everyone’s going to like you (or me). That’s reality. Different strokes for different folks.
But if you want to create anything meaningful in this world, it’s important to develop your own winning strategy for handling criticism. Both tactically and emotionally.
Because it will happen. Some criticism will contain valuable insights for positive growth, and much of it will not.
As promised, here’s the link to the full Jimmy Kimmel Live video of “Mean Celebrity Tweets” we referenced.
Now, I’d love to hear from you.
How do you deal with criticism in your life?
Or are there any really priceless comments, tweets or shares that you’ve gotten that now make you laugh?
Let me know in the comments below.
Remember, share with as much love and compassion as you can. Thousands of incredible souls come here each week for insight and inspiration and your story may be just what someone else needs to hear.
As always, thank you so much for reading, watching and sharing here. Without you, there’d be no one to make our show for.
Our deepest gratitude for your continued support and participation.
With all my love,