In the post Do it yourself it is said,
“IF LIFE IS MADE TO BE RUINED, DO NOT GIVE OTHERS OR CIRCUMSTANCES A CHANCE TO, DO IT YOURSELF.”
It is not just an attitude but also a key to success in life.
‘Do it yourself’ mindset makes you feel more confident and reduces the tendency of dependency on others for the accomplishment of many important tasks.
“Start everything with Do it yourself mindset. You’ll never face failure in your life.”
Life is made to experience and explore every new thing. Keep learning new tasks, processes and activities.
How do you deal with criticism when someone taunts you for mistakes or criticizes your actions, habits or thoughts?
Basically, we have three options to face the criticism:-
- Accept it
- Justify it, or
- Deny it
I think they all work and have enough potential to shut the mouth of critics.
Accept it: When you are not ready for a long fight. You decided to remain silent or just said, “yes, I have or I did.” with full confidence.
Justify it: When you think it is needed to justify your actions and thoughts. You have logics to prove yourself right.
Deny it: Simply with the thought of being always right. “I do not need your concern.” “Let me decide my next move.” “That’s not your business.” etc.
But one thing that matters a lot in every situation is your ‘Attitude’. It is a powerful tool to strengthen your all weaknesses.
When you feel empowered you can beat any problem, face any criticism and win in any situation.
Rainbow and mud.
In simple words,
For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction.
~(Newton’s third law)
As rain brings both rainbow and mud, our all actions give outcomes; desired or unexpected, good or bad. If you want to enjoy rain and rainbow then you should be ready to walk through mud.
Brightness and heat.
You do something for own happiness, that can be a cause of other’s worries. Your words of sympathy can make other’s angry.
Fragrance and thorns.
If you have desire to get something, you must have dare to accept and embrace it’s both sides.
“Beauty of life is in complimenting and completing each other’s imperfections and inabilities, not in competing for superiority.”
If everyone will be perfect then why would we need each other.