Here’s a brief conclusion of a wonderful article I recently read.

How to humbly give and receive corrections.

When giving correction:
– Ask clarifying questions to gain a more accurate understanding. Don’t assume.
– Be graciously frank. Don’t hint or overqualify. Just say what you see with the humility that you might not be seeing perfectly.
– Undergird, don’t undermine. Construct, don’t destruct. Be a strength by helping to find a solution that pursues the good of everyone involved.

When receiving correction:
– No prideful deflections. If the correction is needed, humbly receive it.
– Listen for God’s direction. God likes to lead us in ways that cultivate our humility.
– Correction is a gift, and not only for you. Your correction may also be someone else’s provision.

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Another great read on,
7 things to do when criticism strikes.

1. Listen to it.
2. Don’t overreact to it.
3. Talk about it.
4. Learn from it.
5. Pray about it.
6. Thank God for it.
7. Forget about it.

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