I missed your comments but by this time you’ve realised your book is worthless. It might be good for starting a fire
There are many bloggers out there that would censor a comment like the first or the second one from John. Especially when they are hateful or nothing more than personal attacks.
You might wonder why I allow this comment. For one, I allowed John’s first comment. Secondly, leaders can deal with criticism, even when it’s really nothing else than a personal attack. Thirdly, it says a lot about John that
That’s what is wrong with many managers and great parts of our society: Everything has to be belittled. The success of many TV shows is now not based on a good concept or an interesting story anymore but some superiors pointing out how much one person sucks.
Last but not least there are comments about what John said and I find it incorrect to censor John’s comment in this situation.
A few days ago I posted about emotional answers given. Which one would be a good fit for John? I leave the answer up to you.
And, if my book is so worthless in John’s opinion, why is he then reading my blog?
As I wrote before, I do not mind people disliking my book. What I find quite interesting is someone who claims to be a manager/leader takes the time not once but twice to get personal. And even recommend burning the book. If that isn’t hateful and plain wrong… There have been many times in history books have been burnt; but some people never seem to learn, right?
Enjoy this wonderful day! I will—that’s for sure
PS: Coincidence that today’s daily question and quote of the day are about reputation?
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