You Need to Be Enough Self-critical Entrepreneur

Are you enough self-critical entrepreneur?

This is probably one of the most controversial questions for entrepreneurs. However, it is important to know the question and answer it.

What you think are you self-critical enough when it comes to you and your business as an entrepreneur?

Why you need to be self-critical?

You are not and cannot be always 100% right. Self-criticism can tell you when you are wrong and when you are right. It has been potential to increase your knowledge about yourself, and in such a way will increase your own self-confidence.

You see it’s awfully hard to talk or write about your own stuff because if it is any good you yourself know about how good it is — but if you say so yourself you feel like shit.

~ Ernest Hemingway

You are a human being, and you can make mistakes, but if you are self-critical before you make the mistake, then you can escape them. This means that you will improve yourself before you make a mistake.

You make hundreds or more important decisions about your business, how you can expect that all of them are right if you are not enough self-critical?

Self-criticism can bring important improvements to your business. If you are self-critical, you’ll know that nothing was perfect.

Self-criticism can improve your decision-making process. If each of your business decisions is criticized then you will stop for a moment and check it again before you decide and make possible mistakes with the implementation of the decision.

If you are enough self-critical, you will allow being criticized by others. What’s more important is that you will expect and encourage critics who can improve your business no matter where they come from.

The cleverest of all, in my opinion, is the man who calls himself a fool at least once a month.

~ Fyodor Dostoevsky

Dragan Sutevski

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Dragan Sutevski is a founder and CEO of Sutevski Consulting, creating business excellence through innovative thinking. Get more from Dragan on Twitter. Contact Dragan