Conquer the Fear of Asking for Constructive Criticism

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Be Willing to Ask - and Often

It's quite common to be afraid to ask for constructive feedback because, frankly, people are afraid of what they are going to hear. But, the truth is the truth. Aren't you better off knowing the truth than living in the dark? As the saying goes... "You can't fix what you don't know is broken."

Learn to improve your life, your relationships, your work habits, and your PERFORMANCE with feedback!

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