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Winning in Your Job Search and Life Means Going Forward No Matter What Criticism You Think You May Receive

by admin on April 7, 2009

EmploymentScape Chief Executive Officer, Harrison Barnes discusses how fear of criticism prevents people from living up to their full potential.

Harrison believes that the biggest achievers in our world are the people who are not afraid to act and are not afraid of criticism. Acting and going forward in the face of “criticism” is something that really separates the winners and the losers of the world. You need to act and do things you know are right for you, your family and the world regardless of whether or not you believe that you may be criticized.

The skill of finding a job is dependent upon not caring what other people are saying or will say. You need to do whatever you can within your power to find a job. The less you fear criticism, the better job you will get. You need to lead and not follow. People who follow the rules and spend their time wondering what others will think rarely achieve very much.

There are few benefits from doing things the way everyone else is doing and caring what everyone else thinks all the time. The winners in this world are the ones who are acting despite what others may say, or are saying. The losers are the ones who are paralyzed with fear and afraid to take action because of what others may say.

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