5 Ways to Deal With Critics

Every entrepreneur must deal with critics all the time. Everyone who achieves even the smallest of successes will have to deal with critics, so you must learn how. Be willing to teach anyone, even if they hate you. I run the Millionaire Challenge and my first student hated me. Critics often attack people because they don’t believe in their successes. They don’t like fake people. It’s nothing personal, which is what you should always be thinking. Penny stocks can be profitable if you look at them the right way (ideally not thinking they're the next Microsoft) and actually learning how to make money on them when they fail through short selling, since almost every penny stock does fail. It’s easy to be insulted by these critics, but many entrepreneurs credit that constant trial and error for their later successes. I can get a bit nasty and fed up, but by apologizing and owning it while trying to improve, my students understand.

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5 Ways to Deal With Critics

Every entrepreneur must deal with critics all the time. Everyone who achieves even the smallest of successes will have to deal with critics, so you must learn how. I have dealt with a lot of critics due to my success, so here are five effective ways of dealing with critics that everyone should know.

1. Be willing to teach anyone, even if they hate you.

I run the Millionaire Challenge and my first student hated me. He hated the way I drove him and he hated how much of a hard taskmaster I was. Yet, I didn’t let that affect me. I knew that if that student didn’t quit he would eventually get to where he wanted to be. You can teach anyone.

Don’t allow personal feelings to get into the way. Teach them and educate them on how to achieve their goals. It’s the best way to respond to haters.

2. Tell the truth, no matter what.

Critics often attack people because they don’t believe in their successes. Counter that by being completely open about your failures. Be honest with yourself and everyone around you because people like real. They don’t like fake people. If you’re transparent you have nothing to worry about.

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