Why Do People Criticize?
Have you recently experienced criticisms in your blogging endeavors but didn't know how to manage them? What do you think you can do to overcome critics and their criticisms? How do you want to press on with your business when you know critics will not do but come your way to find fault with things you do with your blog? That's actually what we need to discuss in today's post.
Why did I decide to write a post on critics and criticisms? I noticed that most struggling veteran bloggers are getting frustrated by critics from day to day. This is because their experience is still little and, thus, needed a lot of help from experts to step up quickly. While in the stage of seeking experts to correct and straighten them up, critics too come along the way and try to divert their goals and aspirations into dumping refuse.
A struggling veteran or newbie blogger is likened to a growing baby that hopefully keeps feeding to grow fast from one stage to another in life without being deprived of all the deserved nourishment at the growing stage of life.
As they grow up gradually, they develop in all ramifications and keep developing until certain stages when they can do things on their own without being fed by anyone anymore. This is the case with the newbie and struggling veteran bloggers.
In today's post, I want to address critics, criticisms, and effects on your progress. Having said, critics come around you for no reason other than to destroy your vision and make things turned upside down for you along your blogging journey.
Having revealed, will you allow critics and their criticisms to stop you from making progress on your way towards financial freedom? What's your own determination about critics and their criticisms? What's your resolution?
Who is a Critic?
A critic is someone who moves around and finds fault with other people's work. He's such a frustrated person who wants other people to become frustrated as he is. Critics just want to confuse or make things go wrong with you.
They're so desperate in making other people fall and wouldn't mind making you stumble from your progress. Is it worth paying attention to critics to make you fall? Is it worth listening to critics to make you slumber from your blogging goal? How would you rate the critics, important or futile sets of people? Please, treat critics according to what and who they are lest you get frustrated by their traps.
What are Criticisms?
Criticisms are desperate or wicked acts of the critics demonstrated with the aim of jeopardizing other people's work or business. Critics, in their heartlessness, wouldn't mind insulting other people in the course of doing their own businesses and possibly provoke them towards misbehaving or giving up.
It entails being ready always to manage critics and their criticisms lest you lose the blogging battle. Critics don't feature in blogging alone, but also in all areas of man's endeavors. They're purposely made to find unnecessary fault with what others do, forgetting that they're the worst when it comes to making mistakes or doing things the wrong way.
A normal/sound person who is not a critic or not mentally unhealthy will never stay anywhere and condemn other people's work but will put one in order in case any mistake or error is found in his work. It's a good sense of dealing with others. It's a good sense of humor; a good sense of respect; a good sense of human relations; and all of that.
How Do Critics Impact Your Blogging Goal?
Critics impact your blogging goal through the following ways:
- Critics let go of your blogging inspiration
- Critics let you lose focus on your initial blogging goal
- Critics let you forget your aspiration for blogging
- Critics let you lose confidence in your business
- Critics let you fail in your business.
Critics Let Go of Your Blogging Inspiration
It's unarguable that all bloggers have initial inspiration prior to starting a blog. No one can certainly venture into blogging without getting inspired to start. It's not what anyone can just venture into anyhow. It has to come by inspiration and the same goes to all bloggers out there that works passionately today on their personal blogs.
For the inspiration to continue flowing, a deeply-focused blogger must pretend not to see what the critics are doing but rather focus on the business and plan to become successful.
Critics Let You Lose Focus on Your Initial Blogging Goal
Yes, they come around to find fault with what you're doing in your business as if other people haven't ever found fault in what they do. They are nothing but typical examples of failures who want to forcefully lead so many others into failing.
Why did I refer critics to typical examples of failures? It's simply because no single serious, passionate, focused, reasonable, or mature person can neglect his own work and start looking for what other people are doing for no purpose other than finding fault, condemn, as well destroy goals.
Critics Let You Forget Your Aspiration for Blogging
Every blogger aspired to become something right from the onset and that is part of what pushes a blogger forward in the online journey.
Once critics come around and meet you unprepared, they'll quickly sow one or two seeds of sorrow into your heart and may end up making you lose the battle eventually.
Critics Let You Lose Confidence in Your Business
Generally, every blogger tries to add confidence to blogging on starting out. Those who fail to add confidence quickly give up and quit from their blogging business.
Did you know you can lose confidence within yourself and in the business because of the futile sets of people known as critics and their criticisms? But they're not worth your time if you really want to treat them as such.
Critics Let You Fail in Your Business
You can fail easily in your business if you allow the futile beings called critics and their desperate deeds called criticisms to take preeminence in your business. The best way to deal with a critic is to keep quiet without responding at all while he demonstrates well even to his own satisfaction.
If you simply want to overcome a critic, just refuse to respond to their desperate deeds and treat them as no entity.