Constructive criticism is a matter of give and take. Give it respectfully and take it with a grain of salt. Here are some techniques for the giving and taking of criticism. read more
Constructive criticism is an important tool to help people improve. To make sure people listen to you what you say, follow these rules. read more
This would be my no.1 point for several reasons. Constructive criticism is an oximoron. Constructive in that you want to make a positive change, improve or build up, and criticism, to pull down, remove or otherwise negate a negative. So, with that... read more
It can be difficult to provide constructive criticism, particularly to a friend. This article should help you to discover the best way to go about helping someone to improve him or herself! read more
Here is my take on constructive criticism: there's no such thing. It's a mythical creature that was created by those who would put criticism under the guise of something constructive, so as to reduce the risk of conflict while maintaining a... read more
by northweststarr 7 years ago
A common problem for all writers, taking other peoples' suggestions and criticisms gracefully is essential to the process. I personally, welcome any and all advice from my readers that is constructive and true. I find that my work improves dramatically and I'm more interested if discussions result...
by Mohamed Farid 7 years ago
Hi and Happy New Year EveryoneI have made a quality lens on how to become a freelancer and earn money from home and i wanted you all to give me your opinions and constructive criticism, you won't be sorry and i will truly appreciate it.http://hubpages.com/hub/How-To-Earn-Mon …...
by PeeGee 8 years ago
Why does noone care enough to say what they think about what they read to the person that wrote it?I am very keen to hear some good old fashioned criticism of what I write from people that aren't my friends or significant other - how do we ever grow without being watered by reality! Please feel...
by Dana Strang 6 years ago
How often do you leave constructive critiscism in your comments?Besides telling an author how much you like their hub, and maybe sharing a story or info of your own, do you offer constructuve criticsim? Do you tell them exactly what you liked? Would you ever offer a suggestion for how they might...
by DogSiDaed 8 years ago
Just written a (very) short story. I'm looking to try and develop a writing style that will enable me to make longer ones in future, perhaps leading to a full length book. Any criticism of the piece and what I should do to improve it is much appreciated. Thanks guys!...
by Kimberly Lake 7 years ago
Do you approve or deny negative feedback that includes insulting comments on you HubPages?
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