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virtually minutes after i’ve put my last post on mistakes and how to deal with critisism online, sierra quotes it and sends a subtle message: how do you take critisism, are you able to stand by your errors and learn from them?

background: a workshop we had saturday that probably wasn’t too productive. i hadn’t prepared anything unlike i’d promised to and was tired. the topic wasn’t defined properly, at least that it seemed to me, maybe because i hadn’t done my homework. so sierra sent me a friendly mail today, expressing regret that my input hadn’t been too useful this time. i must say that i really appreciate that, i prefer explicit feedback, even and especially when there’s reason for complaints!

question to the blogosphere: how did you feel when you blogged a failing of your own for the first time? (reminds me on markus breuer’s comments on russ beattie’s blog post “unemployed“.)

strange feeling, however the smile on my face for sierra’s encrypted message (who even changed the language of his blog from german to english for me.. did he foresee i was going to blog this?) reduces the effort this post costs me.


 

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