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I have found that most musicians can be very insecure when it comes to their performance, whatever their instrument might be. A good thing to always keep in mind is not to take critique personally. Don’t view it as a wounding of your soul! You can always make adjustments and do it different and / or better.
I start from the position of knowing that I am good at what I do, maybe not as good as Brent Mason, Brad Paisley, or _____________, but I do know what I am doing. If a bandmate tells me that something I am doing on guitar isn’t working, we talk about why it might not be working, and then I just do something that will work. I don’t view it as an attack on my soul.
A great follow up video or blog post might be “How To Give A Musician Effective Feedback.” If you are a worship leader, it is one of the hardest things to do, because it is so easy to hurt peoples feelings.