Now personally, I've read a whole lot of my bad reviews, all right? I've had quite a few.Written by the more talented critics, they're the ones who give constructive bad reviews.They reveal to me what did translate in my work, what came across, what was seen, or what wasn't.Now I don't obsess on the unfavorable aspect of their review, but I do seek what I can learn from it.Because their displeasure actually uncovers and makes more apparent what I do do well,what I am successful at, and then I dissect that.Life's a verb. We try our best. We don't always do our best.Well, architecture is a verb as well. Yes, it is.Since we are the architects of our own lives, let's study the habits, the practices, the routinesthat we have that lead to and feed our success, our joy, our honest pain, our laughter, our earned tears.Let's dissect that and give thanks for those things, and when we do that guess what happens?We get better at 'em, and we have more to dissect.