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Anger ! by Craig Sunter
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Constructive feedback and a critical eye are great, but many of us spend too much time beating ourselves up over our faults. Concerning ourselves only with weaknesses breeds more weakness. Compulsive fault-finding is not an efficient self-improvement strategy.

Source: How to Become Successful 10 Times Easier: Don’t Focus on Improving Your Faults @ Lifehack

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