Do you find yourself asking for feedback?
Maybe you’ve had a graphic designer work up a new logo for you. You have the choice down to a couple of options and you’re not sure which way to go. So, you reach out and ask for feedback.
Or, you’re not sure what to name your new product or service. So you post into a random Facebook group and ask for feedback.
Perhaps you want a set of eyes over your marketing plan to know that you’re on track. And, so, you ask a friend to take a look at it and give you feedback.
Here’s the problem with asking for feedback.
Feedback is often too vague to be helpful.
So, what do you ask for instead? That’s what we are looking at in today’s episode.
Listen to discover:
- Why asking for feedback can lead to confusion and overwhelm, and what to ask for instead
- Who ask for advice when you need help in your business
- The role that experience plays is providing useful input into your business challenges
- Why more opinions is not better (and what is)
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