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The Only Way Out if Self-Criticism Is Killing Your Work

When you continuously criticize yourself, it becomes your default state of mind

One cartoon like character is looking at a big shadow of self-criticism
Self-criticism becomes a state of mind. — Image by John Hain from Pixabay

When you start doing some work, a stream of thoughts starts simultaneously to tell you that your techniques are not good enough. After some time, you do not even have to criticize yourself; the inner critic runs in the background — like a




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Dew Langrial

Dew Langrial

Living life in awe of it all. Hoping to make sense. A Thinker, Writer & Storyteller. Working on my tech startup.

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