Recently I got some feedback on one of my promotion emails for my upcoming Lead with Confidence programme.
It wasn’t pretty.
It was along the lines of ‘programme looks great but…….’ And then some comments about how I’d advertised it. (You probably got the email so you may have thought something similar).
But I was delighted – because if I’m missing something, I’d much rather know.
We all have blind spots.
When I read his feedback, it was completely obvious what I could have done to be much more effective.
It was one of those ‘duh’ moments.
But now I know, and I can be better next time.
Feedback is always gold if it comes from someone who has your best interests at heart.
From someone who has positive intent.
And from someone who wants to succeed.
Wouldn’t you rather know?
As my friend succinctly put it ‘if your skirt is tucked into your knickers, you’d definitely rather know’.
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