The Gift of Feedback

Google defines feedback as:

information about reactions to a product, a person’s performance of a task, etc. which is used as a basis for improvement.

The idea of feedback is to deter an individual from repeating the same mistakes. And, that’s the beauty in showcasing your work to the world because you welcome feedback from people with different walks of life.

You would find those creative minds who would look at your work objectively and analyse the smallest of details whether that be your surrounding or the material you’re advertising.

In doing so, they go out of there way to provide feedback, which is TRUTHFUL and IMPACTFUL.

So I’ll share a snippet from one of my Youtube video’s:

This viewer’s feedback was so impactful – it allowed me to leverage various changes into my surrounding inorder to captivate my audience.

I actioned the following: I ended up buying artwork, grabbed a few of my mother’s indoor house plants, and jazzed up my space. I let you be the judge of it when I shoot my next video.

Drawing back the curtain on my creative hustle; my workplace is scarce to only a few people at the moment and working alongside them has enabled me to acquire feedback like being preached from a holy book.

I’ll share an instance, somewhat of a learning curve.

I was told this story because I acted in a way where I was giving someone an ultimatum to make a decision. In light of the feedback that was provided through a story, I realised the fault in my way. Heeding on the advice of these men I have started to collate my personal account of life advice, in the hopes that I can pass it onto the next cohort of graduates.

Photo by Jon Tyson on Unsplash

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I am a writer and a graduate engineer working in Leicester, UK.

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