No one likes to get criticized. Especially when the criticism is insensitive, detached, or meant to hurt. When we receive criticism, it’s easy and common to feel bad and even hurt. But in this episode I share with you one strategy that is going to help you manage criticism or comments on your English, don’t let it pull you down, and come out like a WINNER!
I created this episode after one of my students received a comment about her English that was out of place. The advice I shared is what I said to her after the incident.
Here are more episodes on how to handle criticism and boost confidence:
- Feeling like an Impostor in English? It’s not you. It’s the Impostor Syndrome [Podcast] https://hadarshemesh.com/podcast/11/
- Stop it: This Really Helped Me Become Fluent https://theaccentsway.com/this-helped-me-become-fluent/
- How To Get Over The Fear Of Being Judged When Speaking English https://theaccentsway.com/speaking-with-confidence/
- Afraid to make mistakes in English? WATCH THIS https://theaccentsway.com/communication-over-perfection/
In general, I don’t answer this kind of criticism, but at the same time, I don’t let them impact me negatively. The most important point to me is understanding people speaking English and being understood when I’m speaking the language. After all, the language is a tool to transmit knowledge and it’s my second foreign language. So, it’s okay,
Amazing! Thanks! Perfect advice to be remembered daily! ;-*