Everyone loves a genuine, heartfelt compliment. But, if all you seek is positive feedback and constant praise, how will you know what you need to work on? This is why soliciting honest, constructive feedback is so valuable to your future as well as the future of your CVSL.
Begin by asking clear questions. Let that person know you want them to be truthful with their response as it will help you enhance your skillset sooner. If the responses are vague, dig deeper for specifics. It’s ok to ask questions like,
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