Tracking Your Actions: The Six Kinds Of Feedback

  1. “Results” – At the end of a set period of time, consider how the matters you want to change are going now.
  2. “Experience” – This is how you feel your life is transpiring.
  3. “Contribution” – “Who said thanks?” View others’ appreciation of your contributions as an assessment of your effectiveness.
  4. “Measurement” – This is objective data, like the amount of money you saved or the number of clients you landed during a particular period.
  5. “Service” – Consider whom you helped lately and who helped you.
  6. “Habits” – Building good habits helps you reach your goals.

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