Vague and general questions get vague and general answers. If you want valuable input from others, create something first and then ask for feedback on it.
In this week’s Forward Tilt Isaac talks about the rough draft mindset–an approach to getting more valuable feedback from others by creating first and then reaching out for support.
Whether it is advice on something you are writing or a business idea, you will get better feedback if you ask for opinions on a rough draft instead of soliciting thoughts about an idea.
In this episode:
- Editing a draft vs. creating from scratch
- The rough draft mindset
- Producing before seeking help
- Theoretical vs. real problems
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