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Making Sure You Use Negativity Positively to Grow

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8m 32s
Langue:  English
In this episode, Jay takes a look at the effect negative comments have on us and how we all have the power to decide whether to use them as a positive or negative in our lives and work.
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  • It’s a part of your journey you will get negativity as you grow, get bigger in your brand and put out more content; there are always going to be people with different opinions.  

  • If you get negative comments don’t take it personally. Those people don’t know you personally and maybe making negative comments because they want to be you.  

  • Be humble and honest if you have said something that doesn’t fit very well or you have said something you shouldn’t have then use the feedback to grow and be better.  

  • It’s important to use it as a feedback mechanism  

  • If people have said something negative but you truly believe in what you are doing, ask those such as your mentor and mastermind group. If they believe in you use their opinions as an indicator of your success.  

  • You can use anything, as a positive or a negative, be consistent in how you deal with it and make sure you treat negativity in the way it should be treated.

A propos de l'auteur

Jay Dhillon

For the past 22 Years, Jay Dhillon has grown businesses from start-up to success and helped many others do the same. With limited savings, he grew his first business to 500 contract staff, winning major clients including Land Rover, Jaguar, Toyota and New Look.

In 2013, Jay was able to sell his business to a London based investment firm. Jay has gone onto further success since the sale, creating a strong business brand with his companies and helping others do the same. His skills in leadership, building teams, handling difficult situations are some of the lessons he shares with others in the audio book lessons.

In recognition for Jay’s work with the Prince's Trust, one the UK largest business mentoring charity programmes. His achievements were marked with a personal invitation to meet Prince Charles at Buckingham Palace.