No one likes being told that the work they’ve poured their energy and resources into for countless hours is useless. All workers know that feeling in the pit of your stomach when you realise that you’ve wasted your time and that ahead of you lies the same massive project that you’ve been agonising over for weeks.
It’s horrible, but within the criticism that you’re receiving is a poignant message that it’s important to understand. If you don’t learn to take something from being criticised by your superior, you’re doomed to not only be extremely affected by the perceivably cutting personal attacks of your boss, but you’re also never going to truly learn and progress in your career.
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