November 26, 2018

Fools Frown on Feedback

Make no mistake, an email that says this will be better if… is worth its bytes in gold compared to no email.

A boss or peer that cares enough to provide feedback is a positive ROI. Don’t get protective with your creation. If the feedback bothers you, it’s because you sense there’s truth in it — otherwise, you would not care.


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