Critics get paid for it. Nobody likes them. In movies they’re everyone’s nightmare, but they’re even worse at home and at work.

Criticising is so easy. We can all so what’s wrong and why when shit happens. But do we need to do it?

  1. Nobody beats us up more than we do to ourselves. So if we don’t beat people up (criticise) be confident they’re going to do a better job than you.
  2. People don’t change from being criticised. It is a myth that in corporate coaching and team development that there’s a benefit in pointing out people’s weakness’. It’s a complete misdirection of energy.
  3. 99% of what people do is great. They breathe, dress, arrive, shower, shave, (legs or face) and in general do millions of things to make their attendance good. So why not compliment the 99%. People do become as we treat them.
  4. Gratitude in life is not just targeted at the good news. Gratitude for the things that aren’t right is equally if not more important to inspire the giver and receiver. Try being thankful for what isn’t “right.” It’s easier to move on too.
  5. Romance… if we think our partner really, really, really wants to be criticised for what they are already being self critical about then we are so up in our head we might soon meet Jack at the top of the bean stalk. A dumb step criticising your partner or kids.
  6. Leadership … fear runs most companies and so, critical leaders abound. But the fuck you finger is being raised more and more and those neanderthal leaders will soon find themselves staring at a mirror in the bathroom at home asking themselves “what happened?” Good leadership is not critical.
  7. Health… the biggest impact that criticism has is on the critic. But it also can be a burden and a real killjoy for the receiver. Nobody gains from it in the short to medium term.

So, look for what’s going great in yourself and others. Your bowels are working and that in itself is a miracle. Maybe the rest is a bonus.

Stay inspired

Christopher

About the Author Chris Walker

Uniquely Australian, highly intuitive and inspired, Chris Walker is on the forefront of radical personal development and change that inspires people to find purpose and to live in harmony with the Laws of Nature. His methods are dynamic, and direct. His work is gifted, heart-opening and inspirational. The process Chris embraces can be confrontational, but if you are prepared to “step out” the personal power that this knowledge gives you is without doubt life changing and truly inspiring. Chris’s purpose is to open hearts and to stop the hurt. His work comes from his heart and is a truly magnificent gift for anyone ready to receive it. Chris shows people how to bring spirit into their life and keep it there. His sensitivity and empathy to others is his gift. The most powerful thing that we can do with our lives is to be on purpose, and live with the knowledge of spirit. Chris helps you discover this, that which is already yours, and through his work, you will find the courage and love to honour your-self and follow your heart. Chris brings his work to individuals and businesses. He believes for business success, you first need to create personal success, and this happens when your business and the people within it are on purpose. Chris Walker is an author, a speaker and a truly inspirational individual who has been fortunate enough in this life to find and live his truth.
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