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I get some really nasty reviews from time to time.
Because of the anonymity factor, they tend to get too overly negative or too overly positive which defeat the purpose of constructive feedback.
Overly negative is downright vindictive. They have the beef. Maybe I caught them cheating, gave a zero mark for tardy submission or something else. If I am speaking, maybe I left an important point - tapping them on their backs for a job well done rather than challenging them with their paradigms and mentalities.
I can't fake this. The President of the club told me to challenge the members to think different. I did with gusto. After the presentation, he reverted to saying that I missed the mark in giving them lots of praises. What in the world was that?
If I will review each of those reviewers and commenters, I would surely get back to them with some great reviews about them. Tit-for-tat, right? No.
As always, we win some, we lose some. But we need to be prepared for both at all times.
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