“All mentors have a way of seeing more of our faults than we would like. It’s the only way we grow.” – Padme Amadala, “Attack of the Clones”
Well ain’t that a hard lesson to learn? Nobody likes criticism, and yet, if our mentors and teachers are to do their job and help us grow, they have to alert you to all the things you’re doing wrong—or sometimes even more interesting, all the stuff that you could be doing better. While we don’t like criticism of any kind, constructive criticism is absolutely necessary for growth in virtually any subject. So, while we don’t have to learn to like it, per say, criticism is something that we all need of learn to accept and appreciate.