5 ways to gain from criticism - CBS News We all want to feel like we're "good" at our jobs. More than ever, our identities are tied up in our professions. Upon meeting someone new, we ask,"What do you do?" not, "What are your favorite hobbies?" or, "What kind of parent are you?" Because work defines us in such a substantial way, even constructive criticism can feel like a blow.
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