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Richard Branson: How to Deal with Negative Feedback

I was spending time with a group of entrepreneurs recently, and we got talking about our experiences of being met with scepticism when trying to get our businesses off the ground. 255 more words

Richard Branson

Dealing with Detractors

I subscribe to a number of interesting sources providing information on the writing industry. Gary Smailes’ Bubblecow website can be a worthwhile read and recently had this article on it regarding one author’s way of dealing with a detractor of his work, check it out via this link – … 208 more words


How To Turn Negative Feedback Into A Win-Win Situation

No one wants to get negative feedback from a supervisor, especially if they’re a new hire. Fortunately, there are a few things you can do to turn negative feedback into a win-win situation for you and your firm. 255 more words

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August 20th 2015: Thought of the Day

Earlier this morning, the quote above popped into my head. It was perfect because it would help me expand on yesterday’s thought of the day ( 425 more words

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READING ESL: negative feedback

ESL READING: negative feedback

The Key to Giving and Receiving Negative Feedback

From an original article by Joseph Grenny (Harvard Business Review)

Feedback is not just for students! 1,847 more words


Handy list – How to start / write / reply professional emails

I have been working for past 5 years.  During this tenure, I have worked in different offices. One thing is common everywhere. Emails! Although in some places we were encouraged to talk face to face or over the phone, in some places it was mandatory to keep everything on record. 2,021 more words


One-year journey: Religious crackpot or spiritual slacker?

Alternate title: Do not read the comments!

Shall words of wind have an end?
Or what provokes you that you answer?

(Job 16:3, NKJV)

Wow, it isn’t often that I quote Job, but even though it’s one of the oldest books in the Bible, it proves one thing clearly—people have been trolling each other for millennia.

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