This week, we are talking all things feedback
As people, we thrive on feedback. We want to know if we’ve done something well, we want to know if we are on track. Partially because we like to have our ego stroked, to be made to feel good about our progress… and partially from anxiety of getting it wrong. If you are always worried that your work isn’t good enough, then having your mentor telling you that you’ve done a great job means a hell of a lot.
So this week, we are talking all about adding feedback into your content.
This doesn’t just apply to building content for courses (although I am sure you can see how it is most relevant there), but try and find a way to build a feedback cycle into all aspects of your interaction with your audience.
This can be as simple as taking the time to respond to their comments on your blog or social media. If you want to go one step further, take the time to head over to their social media or blog and comment on their progress.
It will mean the world to them.
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