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Tag Archives: feedback
We receive feedback all around us every day. This is the world telling us about what’s going on – you receive feedback when you step on a scale or when you pick up the phone. Some feedback is direct and some feedback is in the direct.
Feedback can help us figure out if we are on the right track or the wrong track.
A quote that resonates with me when I think about feedback by Thomas A. Edison, “ I had not failed I have just found … Read the rest
Let’s face it sometimes receiving feedback is not all it’s cracked up to be.
Many of us have been in situations where individuals feel they must share unsolicited feedback about our parenting style, facilitation skills, the work that we do, how we drive a car, and even how we golf. Feedback can come from all directions. Some feedback is delivered with good intention and some perhaps not so much.
In Douglas Stone and Sheila Heen’s book, Thanks for the Feedback: The Science and Art of Receiving Feedback (*even when its off base, unfair, poorly delivered, frankly you’re not in the … Read the rest
We can all come up with an excuse as to “why” today might not be the right time or place to take action.
I am tired of hearing excuses from people with so much potential to make positive change in the world. Many sit on the sidelines just waiting for life to say “Hello, it’s your turn.” These people have worked hard long hours yet continually postpone their success. Why?
Time stops for no one.
“The possibilities are numerous once we decide to act and not react.” – George Bernard Shaw
You may even challenge my reasons … Read the rest