How to Use Negative Feedback

Ever feel a little down after receiving negative feedback? Don’t. Top performers, regardless of occupation, use negative feedback in two ways. As inspiration for why to improve, and information for how to improve. They don’t let their egos get bruised. That would only hurt their future performance.
Think you’ve got it tough? Consider this:
‘How would you like a job where every time you make a mistake, a big red light goes on and 18,000 people boo?’
                                                                        Jacques Plante, Hall of Fame goalie
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