How to ease the pain of hearing critical feedback

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POSTED BY Daniel Doherty
ON May 16, 2014

Content Kitchen accepts the praise and the pain from our surveys for our LIVE events. Proud to announce the feedback is mostly praise and we take on all suggestions and implement where we can with what we can do. There are some external limitations placed on us, but we love thinking outside of the box to make Magic Happen …

Speak with me if you want to know how we provide a simple method to ask clients for comments which can become great testimonials; via their website.

I hope this article resonates for all business owners.

Feedback is fundamental. Throughout our personal and professional lives, were constantly reminded of how important it is to take criticism from our peers whether its the in the form of an annual performance review or a heart-to-heart between friends and use it to grow.

Speak with me if you want to know how we provide a simple method to ask clients for criticism which can become great testimonials; via their website.

Key Points covered

Train Good Givers and Great Receivers
Criticism Can be Scary
Why We Resist Feedback
Know Yourself
Get to the Why of the Feedback
Get Criticism from Your Enemies
Understand Your Baseline, Swing, and Sustain/Recovery Values
How to Ask for Feedback
Don't Sit on Comments

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Daniel Doherty

Daniel Doherty is a web developer and content marketer since 2001. Specifically working with WordPress he loves to help others understand the magic of using tools to automate their learning, creating content and marketing their business - preferably on autopilot. That said, he's an avid reader and geeks out on the technology, thinking outside of the box. He's a bit of a foodie too and can cook when he manages to disconnect from the Matrix. Loves cupcakes. You can follow Daniel's content related posts on Twitter @ThriveContent, website related content @MerlinFX and cafe/restaurant content @BlendAll.