The Psychology of Haters (And Why They Don't Deserve a Minute of Your Time)

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I sincerely believe that most people want to respond positively to something that someone else has poured their heart and soul into.


That’s because most people are generally cooperative, have empathy and don’t perceive the success of others as an existential threat.


Haters are a different breed altogether.


They’re socially challenged, sad individuals who think that trashing other people’s work will somehow fill the vast emptiness in their hearts.


They’re those unfortunate souls who don’t have the courage to create anything themselves.


If haters had the courage to create, they wouldn’t be spending their precious time judging and trashing the work of others because they’d be too busy creating.


When you shine a light upon haters and see them as they truly are, you’ll see small-minded, angry and lonely people who will probably never contribute anything meaningful to society.


When you view haters as a small minority of sad, socially-challenged individuals, you’ll realize that they don’t deserve to occupy even a sliver of a moment of your time.


Haters will always hate because it’s the easiest thing to do.


There’s nothing easier than sitting on the sidelines and criticizing the work of those who’ve spent years working on their craft and creating their art.


But what they don’t understand is that the future belongs to those who have the courage to create because that’s what the world rewards.


The world rewards creators not haters so don’t spend another moment of your precious time worrying about those sad souls who have nothing better to do but to criticize you and your soul’s work