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In situations I asked for anonymous feedback, I rejected the extremes (praise ofor hate) and concentrated on the middle-ground, which usually had the most constructive, pragmatic comments.

Do not worry about the "I hate you" ones, do not inflate your ego with the "I love you" ones either, just learn from the "you speak too fast" or "you explained A, B C just great and I lost you at D and E"

In situations I asked for anonymous feedback, I rejected the extremes (praise of hate) and concentrated on the middle-ground, which usually had the most constructive, pragmatic comments.

Do not worry about the "I hate you" ones, do not inflate your ego with the "I love you" ones either, just learn from the "you speak too fast" or "you explained A, B C just great and I lost you at D and E"

In situations I asked for anonymous feedback, I rejected the extremes (praise or hate) and concentrated on the middle-ground, which usually had the most constructive, pragmatic comments.

Do not worry about the "I hate you" ones, do not inflate your ego with the "I love you" ones either, just learn from the "you speak too fast" or "you explained A, B C just great and I lost you at D and E"

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In situations I asked for anonymous feedback, I rejected the extremes (praise of hate) and concentrated on the middle-ground, which usually had the most constructive, pragmatic comments.

Do not worry about the "I hate you" ones, do not inflate your ego with the "I love you" ones either, just learn from the "you speak too fast" or "you explained A, B C just great and I lost you at D and E"