One of these shifts resorts to idea of criticism. While recently working with other people and trying to lead by example there are a few instances where I’ve felt stuck in how to approach giving feedback with close friends, co-workers, family members etc. I’ve noticed that it’s easy to critique someone, but then I also noticed how this critiquing is more along the lines of criticizing and far from adequately communicating an opinion.
While being fortunate enough to have this type of feedback come to me, I've become conscious to the idea that there is nothing more inspiring than when someone can be blunt and straightforward, yet in an extremely constructive and enlightening way.
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So this week I dare you. If a person may have messed up at work, or a friend showed up late to meet you, give them your feedback and tell them how you feel. But remember to not criticize - instead, understand and forgive. Constructively critique and shine light on any positivity that, I guarantee, will 100% resides no matter what.