Moving on from Work Feedback

Hello. I received some client feedback via my boss that wasn’t favorable. I knew it was coming and I have been thinking about the broader lessons and areas to improve: procrastination and better management of my calendar. Nonetheless, to hear it all again from a principal with another principal in attendance, I feel the thoughts of overall unworthiness coming up in my head, along with a side order of victimization. For the victimization, I have already wrote out the three attributes of the client and applied them to myself (you spot it, you got it – forgot what Brooke calls the tool). I think I’m good on that. The unworthiness, on the other hand, feels like it is sticking. Do you have any bridge thoughts about what to do with feedback without making it mean that I’m unworthy? Thanks.