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Dealing with Criticism
If you embark on any project that has some scope, you will face criticism , and sometimes a lot of it. In addition, it will happen all the more so because what you do deviates from the standards of those who are likely to criticize you. When I decided to quit school at age 18 to start my own business, I had to face much criticism.
We cannot avoid this. All writers need the test readers who get to see the manuscript in its early stages. It is far from perfect but you cannot make it better without their contribution.