Real-world feedback


That’s what you get when you truly really make up your mind to level-up. And one thing about this kind of feedback is that it hurts, more often than not. Real-world feedback is not nice. It doesn’t look at your face. It doesn’t play the emotional card. It’s always objective.

If you want your idea to materialize into a tangible product or project and to make the kind of impact that you hope for, it helps to ask the right kind of people what they think about it. And a lot of times, the right people to ask are not your friends.

You get?

One Comment

  1. Chukwuka Nwabuogor June 22, 2018 at 7:40 pm - Reply

    Great point. Thanks for sharing. Few friends would look you in the face and tell you the truth.

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