CRITICISM: It's Not For The Weak Legacy Edition
I was prepared for Spiritual Warfare when I entered ministry. But the unexpected punches emotionally came from the criticism that became an almost "daily norm" for me, especially from other Christian people. Criticism reminds me of the phrase, "Death by 1,000 cuts," referencing slow slicing, a form of torture and capital punishment practiced in Imperial China. And as repeated small criticisms come, we find ourselves slowly dying on the inside.
In this leadership coaching, "Criticism: It's Not For The Weak," I'm navigating how to deal with criticism. Elbert Hubbard once saying, "To avoid criticism, do nothing, say nothing and be nothing." Isn't that true? As a leader, criticism comes with the territory. So, listen in as I share some of the lessons I've learned through the years while navigating the "world of criticism."
This Legacy Edition includes updated graphics and audio
This is one of the resources in the LEGACY called, CRITICISM: IT'S NOT FOR THE WEAK