LEADER MUST DWELL IN TO HIMSELF TO TAP HIS POTENTIALITY
Critics will critic you . People will throw stones on your multi actions. People around you will never appreciate you, even after producing results. Remember the rule is that people are around you most of the time under estimate you .Most of the time they are not ready to accept your true level of potentiality.
Who is not criticized? Who had not faced hard time? Who had not met various challenges before they reached to final destination? Most of the people have faced tough time and face critics. World is not going to be critic free. People around you are also not going to change. Your inflective circle will hardly accept that you are a proven and global talent.
What is the way out?
If we are not criticized we will not do much. We will not be able to reach our level of potentiality.
To avoid critic do nothing. Be nothing. Keep silence. Focus on goals. Be live and alive. Let energy flow in to the right direction. Let us produce results. Yes results. Let it speak, you do not speak.
"Pay no attention to what the critics say... Remember, a statue has never been set up in honor of a critic!" asserted by Jean Sibelius, quoted in Bengt de Torne "Sibelius: A Close-Up" 1937. Finnish composer & patriot (1865 - 1957)
Even we do not know our potentiality standard unless we went in to taste it. We can only taste our potentiality by actions. How we can reach to our true potential without putting in to action? Most of the people have fear of failure before they put it in to action.
Gradually, people around you have no options except accepting your success. They will slowly help them to accept your personality. People will doubt your words, they will never doubt your result oriented actions. Your charismatic performance will change their mind not very sophisticatedly draft language.
" I never met anybody who said when they were a kid, "I wanna grow up and be a critic. " very well said by Richard Pryor, Guardian Unlimited (UK) August 9, 2004, US movie actor & comedian (1940 - 2005).
Leader must dwell in to himself to meet his true potential.