Weight Loss

Embrace Criticism

All new models begin with criticism of the current model.

People sometimes say not to criticise, for they think that criticism is a bad thing. I believe that in order to criticise, you must be visionary, able to see the need for improvement in something. In order to give constructive criticism, you not only must perceive a problem, you must be able to verbalise or otherwise construct at least vague ideas about how to make an improvement on the
problem, and be able to communicate or demonstrate your perception. The old adage, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” may well be true for things that are working perfectly well, but equally true is
the fact that we all appreciate improvements, in every form. People balked about so many improvements, but then embraced them.

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