1.) Criticize--but do it kindly. Daniel Dennett tell us how:
How to compose a successful critical commentary:
2.) Debbie Millman says: "Imagine immensities, don’t compromise, and don’t waste time.”
3.) Win over your haters, Benjamin Franklin-style:
By the 1730s Franklin was riding down an information superhighway of his own construction, and the constant stream of information made him a savvy politician in Philadelphia. A celebrity and an entrepreneur who printed both a newspaper and an almanac, Franklin had collected a few enemies by the time he ran for the position of clerk of the general assembly, but Franklin knew how to deal with haters.
Read more about the Benjamin Franklin Effect here.
HELLO, MY NAME IS EVAN TAN.
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