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Get An Outsider’s Perspective

Get An Outsider’s Perspective

Ask someone who neither works with you nor knows anything about the specifics of your work, if you can present your project up to its current status to them.

Explain your thought process, your main goals, and the questions you’re trying to answer. Ask them to take notes and to be honest with their feedback.

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