Are you a critic or an artist?

Don't spend too much time critiquing your career, J. Gerald Suarez writes. Instead, think of yourself as an artist, with your career being the primary output of your efforts. "We can either spend time blaming, critiquing and reacting to whatever is out there, or we can use our talents to paint our own canvas," he writes.

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