Video: Be careful when asking for general feedback

Feedback is great, unless you wait to ask for it at the end of a project and from people who have had no previous input. Here's how you should handle it.

Feedback is a great thing. Unless it's asked for at the end of a project from people who have up to that point had no input. And then it's a free-for-all. Here's the issue at hand and what you can do to stem the tide of criticism.

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