Wednesday, May 9, 2012

How do you know when to accept feedback from another source? What makes feedback valuable? Should all feedback be considered valuable?

I think taking feedback from another source should be accepted at any time. I on the hand except feedback when I feel like I have touched everything that I need to in my paper and to me there are no other mistakes. Having feedback from others is valuable because what you have missed or over looked that person or people can point it out for you. Some people think that it’s like criticizing your work but really when you are doing any type of writing you will get others feedback. I look at it like they are helping me to give a better paper to turn in or read to my audience. All feedback should be considered valuable rather it’s good or bad. Bad feedback is there to help you do better, and good feedback is to let you know you are on the right track just keep doing what you are doing.


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