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Why asking for advice is better than asking for feedback

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Why asking for advice is better than asking for feedback

Asking for our peers to provide feedback on a project we’ve been working on comes naturally to most people.

It’s part of our human nature to pass on a presentation to a colleague to gain their thoughts before standing up in front of the board or C-suite to showcase ideas to help instil some calm and confidence, however, can feedback can actually hinder our performance? It turns out it can.

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