Last night, I was watching a Masterclass taught my Aaron Sorkin (think “West Wing,” “Sports Night,” “Moneyball,” “Steve Jobs,” and more) when I heard him say that after going over a new script with his friend and trusted producer, he often felt like a “Worthless piece of s***.

What, seriously?

Just one meeting with a friend and ally puts the Great Aaron Sorkin into a funk?

We tend to:

* Overstate the accomplishments of others

* Diminish our own accomplishments

* Take feedback too harshly

So, if this is true of Aaron Sorkin (and me) how can we use this to our advantage?

Here’s how > > >


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