The first thing you should make clear: "Make it pop" won't fly.
By Lauren Bacon
When we unfairly criticize others, we're creating a unnecessary roadblock for our own work.
It's easy to see the success of others as a reminder of your own shortcomings. But your jealousy is really a window into seeing what qualities should improve upon.
Most disagreements are the result of underlying assumptions, goals, and biases. Here's how to get past all that and get back to doing great work.