Oh yes. What Seth said, about detachment and commitment. This, and more:
Emotional detachment helps us remember that we are not our work,
and that feedback is useful, not an attack.
Commitment permits us to keep going
(especially when we’re asked to provide more effort than we planned).
For every proposal team member who has ever held back their section because it “wasn’t ready” for review . . .
You are not your work.
Feedback is useful, not an attack.
For every proposal team member who has ever resented the seemingly endless “asks” but carried on regardless . . .
Some see your professionalism
and those few sometimes remember to honour it.
(But mostly not.)
And with those two categories I expect I’ve covered every proposal team member ever.