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583 Inspiring Quotes On Criticism And How To Deal With It

1. “It’s like abusing a kid that’s been shit on his whole life. I’m not going to add to those bruises.” — Krista Ritchie


2. “Whether it’s a friendly match, or for points, or a final, or any game — I play the same. I’m always trying to be my best, for my team, for myself, for the fans, and try and win.” – Lionel Messi


3. “When you are grateful — when you can see what you have — you unlock blessings to flow in your life.” – Suze Orman


4. “It’s simpler and easier to flatter people than to praise them.” –Jean Paul Richter


5. “Family is supposed to be our safe haven. Very often, it is the place where we find the deepest heartache.” — Iyanla Vanzant


6. “Stay away from negative people. They have a problem for every solution.” – Albert Einstein


7. “Any fool can criticize, complain, and condemn–and most fools do. But it takes character and self-control to be understanding and forgiving.” – Dale Carnegie


8. “Deceit for personal gain is one of history's most recurring crimes. Man's first step towards change would be thinking, counter-arguing, re-thinking, twisting, straightening, perfecting, then believing every original idea he intends to make public before making it public. There is always an angle from which an absolute truth may appear askew just as there is always a personal emotion, or a personal agenda, which alienates the ultimate good of mankind.”


9. Well?" he asked, smiling devilishly. I promise, I won't hurt you, Nikki. In fact, I imagine you'll enjoy my company, tremendously.


10. “I have already settled it for myself, so flattery and criticism go down the same drain and I am quite free.” – Georgia O’Keeffe


11. “I’m sorry, dear, in order for you to insult me, I must first value your opinion. Nice try, though.”


12. “She knew how fortunate she was to have her independence, and to have a disposition that cared so little for the opinions of others. Let them talk, she thought, as long as they also saw her holding her head high, and as long as she possessed the whip-hand of wealth.” — Gordon Dahlquist


13. “We talk behind the back of the ones who are dominant.”


14. ... walk in my mouth. Frequently this is a bad thing. - Scott Westerfeld