Never Confuse Critics with Mentors

//Never Confuse Critics with Mentors

Never Confuse Critics with Mentors

Critic - MentorCritics vs. Mentors

On the road to success we all encounter two groups of people: critics and mentors–and it’s important that we not confuse the two.  Critics are, by far, the largest of the two groups.  They are people who are not all that successful themselves and are jealous of other people’s success.  They love to point out what you’re doing wrong and they want you to fail so they can gloat when they say, “I told you so.”

Mentors, on the other hand, want to see you succeed.  They focus on what you’re doing right and make positive suggestions on how you can do things faster, easier and better.  So, if you want to make your road to success a lot smoother, surround yourself with mentors and ignore your critics.


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2017-10-12T22:17:35+00:00 October 12th, 2017|Reck, Ross; Dr.|0 Comments

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