When Should You Listen to Writing Feedback? Part 2
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If you missed last week's post, you can find it here:
When Should You Listen to Writing Feedback? Part 1
Although I covered four tips last time, I have four more to share this week:
Do take time to understand the personalities of the person or people giving feedback
Everyone in our group provides something of value, but I've learned to rely on different people for different needs. When I first joined the group 12 years ago, I listened to and took almost every suggestion given me and learned the hard way that everything is not always right. Now that I know something about the personalities of our group, I know how to evaluate their feedback.
Do listen to the feedback of a novice writer
Are there other points to consider?
With that in mind, I'd love to hear how you decide what feedback to listen to and what to ignore? Please share in the Comments.