Your Audience

Appreciation for something you did feels good right? People are recognizing you for the effort you put into a particular project and for the hardships you went through.

But what about when they try to find some flaws in them?

How would you feel when someone who doesn’t even know about the topic you have worked on come up to you and starts finding faults in it? Not good right?

Well, of course, this person knows nothing about your work and he out rightly started criticizing you. But what if it’s a veteran who comes to you and tells you about things he liked and he didn’t in your piece of work?

There’s a major difference in both of them. You don’t concern yourself with the first person as he wasn’t the audience you approached to, whereas, the veteran is the audience who you actually made the effort for and he actually recognized your work and paid attention to it.

The first person is giving out criticism whereas the other one is giving you advice.
It’s up to you which one you want to take and which one will actually help you come up with a better work next time.