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I'm Not Afraid of GDPI, 2nd Edition by Tuhina Anukul Varshney

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CHAPTER 7

Feedback

“Nobody trips over mountains ... it is the smallpebble which causes you to stumble ... cross all thepebbles in your path and you will find you haveclimbed your mountain.”

 

“The illiterate of the 21st century will not be thosewho cannot read and write, but those who cannotlearn, unlearn, and relearn.”

 

Getting feedback and utilizing it after careful analysis is for improving oneself. Improvement is a desirable and a continuous task. You can always be one step better than what you are. Even the best of us can further improve. Some of the most successful people are those who are not enamored by people who praise easily. They listen very carefully to people who are their critics and take the criticism positively. Criticism should ...

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