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What Information Do You Need in Order to Change? - Farnam Street

What Information Do You Need in Order to Change? - Farnam Street

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Feedback and efficient behavior

Feedback is a valuable source of information that you can use to effect the changes you want. You need information that tells you what you’re doing well and where you’re going wrong.

Then you can use that information to plan tactics for bridging the gap between where y...

Asking how you could be a better partner, team member, friend, or leader from the people best placed to give you accurate feedback is a requirement for improving. Getting useful information in an ongoing, iterative loop gives you the opportunity to discuss solutions and make chan...

  • Feedback is based on observation and reactions to your specific actions. It does not aim to tell you what you should be doing; it simply seeks to enlarge your perspective on what you are doing.
  • Opinions are just someone sharing how they feel about a particul...

When giving others feedback, ask yourself what information they might need to make meaningful change. 

Giving good feedback requires an awareness of both what you’re saying, and how you say it.

  • Make it personal, provide specific examples, and notice ...

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