Criticism And Attitude Quotes

Quotes tagged as "criticism-and-attitude" (showing 1-14 of 14)
Amit Ray
“Success needs vision to see, passion to transcend, patience to withstand and the character to overcome failures.”
Amit Ray, Walking the Path of Compassion

Amit Ray
“The tower of success stands on the pillars of vision, action, patience and the character to withstand criticisms.”
Amit Ray, Walking the Path of Compassion

Bryant McGill
“Criticism is no threat to your self-esteem or identity, but rather informs you.”
Bryant McGill, Voice of Reason

Lailah Gifty Akita
“All great people had critics but they still believe in the beauty of their dreams, fully persuaded to stay focused and determined for the realisation
of their dreams.”
Lailah Gifty Akita, Think Great: Be Great!

Abigail George
“Writing will never be perfect in a poet's eye that is why we need people's criticism good or bad, whether or not it gives a positive or negative frame to our work. We are first at hand to fight against the real and the normal in our writing as our outspoken, brimming voice bring truths to light so vividly and intensely for mass consumption that we so long for in our hearts. When the poet, not jubilant, neither spirited, allows his mind to quiet, allows the survival of and realises that all figures of speech matters; when God has witnessed the culmination of his progress; when the writer is almost in a hypnotic stance. Then the poet cannot stop himself when he is in the right place, then he can guess at the intensity, the prowess of his pen, his prolific writing and the intelligence behind his words becomes a self portrait kind of like what Vincent van Gogh used to do when he was depressed and lonely, fighting against the feelings of isolation and rejection by the establishment.”
Abigail George, Feeding The Beasts

“Criticism of others. Criticism of 'self'.
Criticism is the lack of compassion, insecurity of 'self' there a self defense mechanism is to put others down to feel superior EVEN IF you disagree with their lifestyle. Let go of your 'Self'.
And if you have acted wrongly according to your own self-standard. Let go of your 'self'.

Recognize when others are criticizing and 'choose' not to conform to the unconscious acts of others. Be aware, let go.”
Matthew Donnelly

Alan Loy McGinnis
“The bigger your job, the more negative evaluations you must hand out. And the more criticism you must be willing to absorb.”
Alan Loy McGinnis

Amit Abraham
“Even if people say that I don't have a character still I am a well known character.”
Amit Abraham

“Criticism of others. Criticism of 'self'.

Criticism is the lack of compassion, insecurity of 'self' there a self defense mechanism is to put others down to feel superior EVEN IF you disagree with their lifestyle. Let go of your 'Self'.
And if you have acted wrongly according to your own self-standard. Let go of your 'self'.
Recognize when others are criticizing and 'choose' not to conform to the unconscious acts of others. Be aware, let go.”
Matthew Donnelly

“the great critic is one who deepens our experience of the great text.”
Michael Moriarty

“We earn the respect of our peers by laboring to quell our critics’ justified disapproval. We earn self-respectability by schooling the wisdom to ignore unfair condemnation. We learn goodness by witnessing other person’s lives and by performing unsolicited acts of kindnesses.”
Kilroy J. Oldster, Dead Toad Scrolls

Abhijit Naskar
“Mind not the criticisms, but be aware of them at all times, for you may learn some of the greatest lessons of your life from them.”
Abhijit Naskar, Conscience over Nonsense

Abhijit Naskar
“Criticisms are critical opportunities to purify your soul.”
Abhijit Naskar, Conscience over Nonsense

Abhijit Naskar
“Criticisms are critical opportunities to purify your soul, for they have the potential to spark astounding neurochemical thought processes in your brain, which may not occur in a comfortable, supportive environment.”
Abhijit Naskar, Conscience over Nonsense