Sonntag, 11. November 2012

When People Criticize My Outsourced Website - And have nothing to show for it

I love criticism. It is the greatest indicator of what you have to do to get better.

I also love my website(s). They are a work of passion and life-blood.

Escaping Criticism
Escaping Criticism (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

So if someone comes over and writes to me:

"Your website looks dead-ugly" or something similar, don't expect me to swallow that comment without a snide remark.

(hint: it had something to do with a Yo Momma is so Fat joke)

If I have a website that is doing very well, and all you can say is to whine about

"But it doesn't look prettyyyy  ~~~"  >___<

Then I can't help you.

As opposed to many wannabe entrepreneurs, I swallowed the bitter pill and JUST STARTED and got my work out there.

I'm not saying it is perfect, or even pretty...

But at least, it is THERE.

Tweaking it can still be done.

Talking about it without having anything to show is easy. Just as is bashing about it blindly.

If you have a business idea: go for it.

Work through it until you get some results. Ignore the overly critical voices from people that have no clue (but behave like they are the experts).

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