Your clients will do that for you.
It's important to formally track this, even though you can "gut check" this by whether or not they hire you again (the ultimate measure . I like to do the 4 question: "What's going well, what could be improved, any other feedback, would you recommend this service to others?" with examples. This tends to yield a bit more substantive feedback. I may also do a "check-in/debrief" meeting after a particular project to get feedback also.
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