We talk a lot about giving and taking feedback. There is enough literature about this in the world. In the last month I realised that there is something far more important than giving and taking feedback: Applying it.
You’ve not communicated when you say / post something. You’ve communicated only when the intended recipient has heard and understood you.
Just show your work and ask for an opinion.
At the workplace, giving feedback isn’t treated as much as a skill as receiving it. And this can be such a hindrance to good collaboration.
Have you ever called a friend to ask for feedback on something and got so much negativity in return that left you angry?