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10 Tips for Taking Feedback Like a Pro

How to make your clients feel heard while maintaining your creative integrity

Credit: Mark Shanley & Paddy Treacy


Perhaps it’s no coincidence that the word we use to describe receiving notes from a client about a piece of creative work can also be used to describe the ear-shattering sound of a howling guitar.




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Writer, speaker, creativity coach. Author of ‘Creative Demons & how to Slay Them’.

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