Don’t Walk In the Dark

Previously I wrote about why bad feedback is good, and a very important note came from you readers about not blindly accepting advice.

In the end of the entry was a text: Listen to what’s being said and think of how to improve. Think.

Don’t just blindly accept everything that’s being said. Definitely listen, put think before accepting. Try it our by yourself. Ask more suggestions. Improve. Give options. Don’t walk in the dark, put on the lights. That way you can tell whether some suggestions are bad right from the beginning, and which ones might really help you to improve.

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