Always seek negative feedback, even
though it can be mentally painful. - Elon Musk, Inventor and Entrepreneur “ Integrate a feedback loop straight into your activities. Was this slide helpful? Yes No 10.
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Seek out marginal voices. Most
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…or people you wouldn’t want
to become. Be polite, courteous, and gentle, but ignore comments, praise, and criticism from people you wouldn't hire. - Nassim Nicholas Taleb, Author and Statistician “ 17.
Write everything you learn. This
presentation is the result of six years of writing. You don't know what you know until you write it down. Write it to understand it. - Alan Webber, Fast Company Creator “ Read How 18.
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