272 | How to Be Unstoppable In The Face of Criticism


Creating value online and doing great things attracts criticism. It’s comes with the territory. But that doesn’t mean it has to hold you back. In this episode, we share our top tips for handling criticism.

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In This Episode

  • How to overcome fear of criticism
  • When to know if feedback is helpful or can be ignored
  • Two simple questions will allow you to remain confident even in the face of the most scathing critics

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imageHit just under $6k in sales for February. Still growing out the biz and learning a ton.

I’m selling products on Amazon FBA(fulfilled by Amazon). I’m also blogging about my experience and journey to make a full time living at www.smartfbaincome.com. It’s a wild adventure and it’s amazing how things sell so quickly! I started with used text books that I sourced for $3 to $4 ea, and sold for $120 to $150. Now I have several wholesale lines, and am working on my own private label product.

The thing that’s contributed the most to my growth is asking a ton of questions, hours of research, and taking small and consistent action to find out what works and what does not.

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  1. I thought the episode was a great one- thanks Jeremy and Jason for putting it out. I’ve been letting myself procrastinate what I need to be doing because of how it might be perceived at my current job. I did want to ask if the two of you had some tips for offering feedback as well (other than the ask lots of questions and make sure you understand what the other person is shooting for). Can you expand on the questions that your friend was asking that made such an impact on your thinking?

  2. Hi Jonathan,

    Here are some tips on giving advice.

    1. Only give it if it is asked for. It doesn’t work out well otherwise.

    2. Ask a lot of questions first. There’s no one size fits all, but a good place to start is with questions like:

    * How can I best help you?
    * What does an ideal outcome look like for you?

    3. Don’t get attached to whether or not the person follows your advice

    4. Don’t give advice just because you were asked for it. If you don’t have something to say, then just tell them you support them, but aren’t able to give them the insight they need. You can perhaps suggest where they might turn for help in this case.

    Thanks for listening!