7. Ask for feedback. - Deepstash
7. Ask for feedback.

7. Ask for feedback.

Complacency is another way our ego can hold us back. Counteract this by being open to learning and asking your team, peers and seniors for feedback. This is probably the most powerful tool for self-improvement, helping you identify your strengths and blind spots.


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