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Take Constructive Criticism More Easily by Focusing on the “Meat and Potatoes”

No matter how you handle criticism, it is always tough to hear, and even tougher to separate the parts that don’t matter from the feedback you can use. Focus on the “meat and potatoes” to get actionable steps you can work on. Read more...
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