How to handle negative feedback

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Receiving negative feedback can be hard — even for people who look confident and may seem like they have it all together. It’s hard for me, too.

Although there’s no way to avoid getting negative feedback, there are ways that you can deal with it better.

So this week in our Facebook Live session, we talked about how to handle negative feedback. I shared six ways to help you deal with it.

If you’ve received negative feedback recently, this video is for you. If you haven’t received any negative feedback, then I hope these tips will help you whenever you do.

Watch the replay of the Facebook Live here.

You can also listen to this session on SpotifyApple Podcasts or Google Podcasts.

Remember, the more that you speak up and take bigger risks, the higher the likelihood you’re going to get feedback — positive AND negative.

So don’t let negative feedback hold you back. If the feedback is constructive, learn from it and just keep doing what you’re doing.

Do you want to speak English with confidence?

Sign up to join our free video training, Speaking with Confidence. We’ll send you seven tips to your email address!

Here’s Tip 1 for a sneak peek of what’s in store for you.

Hi there!

We’re Azimah, Amnah and Aisya from Malaysia. We created My English Matters as an online platform to help people improve their English.

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