It’s always easy to criticize and the domaining industry makes no exception. Registrars suck, sales venues suck, everything sucks.
Lots and lots of people criticize. But how many of them would be able to do a better job than the person/company they’re referring to?
How many of them have a decent track record at the very least?
Before becoming a domainer/entrepreneur, I’ve often been guilty of the same thing.
But once I started running businesses, I realized that criticizing is a lot easier than running a successful company.
Learning more or less painful lessons as a domainer/entrepreneur can be a humbling experience and after realizing just how hard it is to achieve good results, I’m considerably less inclined to criticize others.
The more experience I gain, the more willing I become to see things from the perspective of the company owner I was about to criticize.
I’m not saying there’s something wrong with constructive criticism.
What I’m trying to say is that before saying something about someone, I always ask myself:
* Am I really in a good position to criticize this person?
* Did I achieve better results?
* Would I really be able to figure out a better solution to the problem I’m complaining about?
Before sharing your opinion on the Internet, I’d recommend asking yourself these 3 questions and answering them in an honest manner. Most people aren’t realistic, don’t make this mistake and you’ll automatically be one step ahead.Advertisement: DomainingServers.com lets you host UNLIMITED domains at $0.98/month and we're putting a LIFETIME money back guarantee on the table (if you're not satisfied, we'll issue a full refund). To place an order, click HERE.