See that sexy beast up top?
A little over a year ago in the very house where I write these words, I battled and evicted that 8 inch long, Scolopendra centipede from the crib.
As evidenced by his primal look and Sherman tank like armor, along with massive mandibles and whip like tail, this sucker could pack a punch with its sting.
It hurts to get criticized as a newbie or struggling blogger.
Or it outright stings. A little like being stung by a centipede in Thailand.
OK; maybe not near as bad as being stung by a centipede in Thailand.
The sting of criticism leads to all sorts of silliness:
- dwelling on the past
- worrying about the future
- getting angry in the moment, wanting to fight critics
- feeling embarrassment after being criticized
I wanted to position critics in Murder Holes during my lean blogging days, visualizing boiling oil roasting their tender flesh, relishing the fact that their bodies turn into…..relish.
Eventually I learned how to convert the sting of blogging criticism into prospering service.
Cease wanting to hurt critics.
Focus instead on helping people through your experience.
Watch this short, 1 minute video explaining how turning the sting of blogging criticism into service prospers everybody.
How are you turning the sting of blogging criticism into service?
Do you want to fight critics?
Do you want to skewer critics like a suckling pig?
Or do you convert the angry or embarrassed feelings into something helpful and valuable for your readers?
I wrote an eBook chock filled with 11 tips to help you profit from blogging criticism.
Buy it here:
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