4. Praise in public, criticize in private. - Deepstash
4. Praise in public, criticize in private.

4. Praise in public, criticize in private.

Scholars writing in 2014 showed that positive feedback given to students in public was 9 percent more motivating than when given privately, while negative feedback in private was 11 percent more motivating than in public. 

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Four rules backed by research for giving and accepting critical feedback.

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  • Prepare your comments: Will help you stay in track;
  • Be specific: Tell the person exactly what he needs to improve;
  • Criticize in private: While public recognition is appreciated, public scrutiny is not;
  • Use "I" Statements: Give feedback from...

4. Practice gratitude for good things

4. Practice gratitude for good things

This should be practiced rather than focusing on the negative things. It's human nature to see negative things as bigger and more important than positive things, but this also does tremendous damage to your self-esteem. When you find yourself focusing on negative or less favorabl...

Getting Technical

In a number set 0 to 99

11% of the numbers start with 1. Likewise, with every other digit from 2 to 9.

In a number set 0 to 199

more than 50% of the numbers start with 1 and less than 6% start with 2 to 9.

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