You name one pro-athlete, one entrepreneur, one top CEO, one pro producer who doesn’t have a consistent source of feedback.
Feedback is not just important, it’s essential for any artist’s development.
And if you don’t know how to receive feedback…
… you will squander its potential to help you improve.
…and you will alienate the people who are supporting you.
So if you want to build valuable relationships with people you trust and who are invested in your success…
And if you want actionable, constructive, and encouraging feedback from your peers.
Understanding how to receive feedback is a no brainer!
Now, there is an art to this so let’s dive in and find out exactly how to do it…
- “We all need feedback. That’s how we improve”
- How to receive feedback in a way that benefits you and the person giving the feedback.
- “Give not to get, give, to inspire others”
- How to maximize the effectiveness of feedback.
Liked this? Find the full episodes here:
- FMM162 – Knowledge Shared is Knowledge Squared
- FMM140 – The 3 Core People Every Successful Artist Surround Themselves With
- FMM111 – Rodriguez Jr.
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