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How to Deal with Naysayers

Perhaps you have heard the phrase “everyone’s a critic.” With so many opportunities to express your opinion, be it on Facebook, personal blogs, the Sunday morning talk shows or CNN, people simply can’t help themselves from chiming in. Let’s face it. We have become a culture of critics. But what happens when the critical one is staring you in the face as you share your big idea? How do you respond? Do you get defeated when you hear them sigh and roll their eyes? If someone tries to rain on your parade, here are a few suggestions to keep you and your dreams nice and sunny.

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Alexa Fischer

Meet Alexa Fischer

Wishbeads founder Alexa Fischer is an actress, teacher, author, and speaker whose work helps people go after their dreams, build their confidence, and break free from fear. It’s time to ignite your light.


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