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5 Steps to Deal With Haters When You're the Rock Star

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In this video, Entrepreneur Network partner and marketing expert Ben Angel talks about tall poppy syndrome, an Australian way of referring to the rock stars, the stand-outs, the celebrities of their field -- the people who everyone else is envious of -- and how to deal with it when the haters inevitably get to you when you're successful.

"I don't know what it is about human nature that makes people want to pull you down and keep everyone at the same level," he says. "We need to accept as a fact of life that not everyone is going to love what we do or be happy with our success."

Watch the video for five tips on keeping your head up in the face of criticism. 

Related: Scared to Speak in Public? Get Over It With These 5 Strategies.


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