In this post, you will find great Feedback Quotes from famous people, such as Arne Duncan, Franklin Foer, Eric Yuan, Charles Best, Anna Todd. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
The biggest problem is that Facebook and Google are these giant feedback loops that give people what they want to hear. And when you use them in a world where your biases are being constantly confirmed, you become susceptible to fake news, propaganda, demagoguery.
I am not afraid to ask for feedback on my work or appearance, and try to never take that advice personally.
Once I had gone for a shoot at a remote Fiji island in the middle of Pacific Ocean and I was thoroughly bowled over the popularity of this character there! I’ve also got positive feedback from U.K., U.S.A., Canada, Pakistan and Dubai for my performance as Brahmanad.
I believe in accessibility. I believe in honesty and a culture that supports that. And you can’t have that if you’re not open to receiving feedback.
It strikes me every time I do an interview that I don’t really sit around thinking about my goals and my life and my career. I do what I love doing and I get a lot of feedback. I’m free as a bird, you know? If I do something good, it’s, ‘Wow, that was brilliant,’ and if I do something bad, it just goes away.
Feedback is a pleasant thing. I get a lot of letters from unexpected people in unexpected places.
Critique, feedback, reaction to one’s work or the way they have presented it, regardless of intention, is a gift.
I was very sure that in the journey of Bigg Boss’ house, Salman sir‘s feedback is what is going to make me even stronger. So, I took everything in a positive stride and I can say that his feedback was the crucial contribution to my journey towards success.
I think it’s very important to have a feedback loop, where you’re constantly thinking about what you’ve done and how you could be doing it better.
The Adia application has been co-created by the Adecco Group and the global technology leader, Infosys. It covers the full cycle of recruiting, matching, invoicing, and payrolling with state-of-the-art functionalities such as feedback and rating and geolocalization.
The global climate is a complex interactive system, with all kinds of nonlinear feedback loops.
Millennials tend to appreciate regular feedback because they want to feel that their work matters and that they are making a difference in the workplace. As the youngest generation at most organizations, they also tend to be hungry for growth and development opportunities.
Third, for people who aren’t doing it already, take classes – they’re worthwhile. Workshops or classes – a workshop is where you do actually get feedback on your work, not just something where you go and sit for a day.
I don’t care what people say about my relationship; I don’t care what they say about my boobs. People are buying my songs; I have a sold-out tour. I’m getting incredible feedback from my music.
When talking to first-time entrepreneurs, I often ask them: ‘How do you know that people want your product or service?’ As you can expect, the answer is often that they don’t yet, but will know once they launch. And they’re right. That’s why it’s critical to launch as quickly as possible so you can get that feedback.
The stage is bigger than life. There you are projecting to an audience. In television, you’re drawing the camera in to you. And with TV, there isn’t that immediate feedback from an audience. You do hours and hours of taping and never get that response.
Face-to-face customer feedback refines or validates every component of the startup’s business model, not just the product itself.
I’m not a big fan of file sharing. I mean, I’ve done it quite a lot for other people, where they send me the file, I do it and send them back. You don’t get any back-and-forth and exchange and feedback when you do it that way.
I love doing children‘s TV. You get such extraordinarily positive feedback from your audience too.
A lot of companies lock up for a few weeks once a year for performance reviews. But there’s a way to collect feedback in real time from Slack so that by the end of the year, you’ve already stored up all of this information.
Of course, social networking is essential. The feedback helps me grow. And it’s a real stress buster.
I think the comic that’s gotten me the most feedback is actually the one about the stoplights. Noticing when the stoplights are in sync, or calculating the length of your strides between floor tiles – normal people notice that kind of stuff, but a certain kind of person will do some calculations.
Because we make ourselves deaf to feedback, because we overestimate our abilities, because we become consumed with ourselves, we end up subjecting ourselves not just to the inevitable stumbles or difficulties of life but catastrophic, painful failures.
It takes guts to see me differently. Some casting directors come up with the excuse and they don’t see me differently. I just get the feedback from some that you are good looking. I find it very bizarre, what’s my look got to do with casting me in a certain character. Just cast me. I can change my look.
I do engage veterans. I meet with the veterans’ service organizations monthly. It’s a direct, no-holds-barred discussion. I travel to their conventions, where I speak to the veterans membership. I do travel. I’ve been to all 50 states. When I do, I engage veterans locally. So I get direct feedback from those veterans.
I will talk about two sets of things. One is how productivity and collaboration are reinventing the nature of work, and how this will be very important for the global economy. And two, data. In other words, the profound impact of digital technology that stems from data and the data feedback loop.
As a young entrepreneur starting an enterprise company, be prepared for the fact that you’ll need to get involved in enterprise sales. Everyone wants to speak to the founder, and this is also how you’ll get feedback on your product. It’s worth bringing in early somebody with enterprise sales experience.
Institutions are better served by going direct to end users, establishing a channel for direct dialogue and feedback. It is a world of many to one, not one to many.
Intelligence is the source of technology. If we can use technology to improve intelligence, that closes the loop and potentially creates a positive feedback cycle.
I think it’s very important to have a feedback loop, where you’re constantly thinking about what you’ve done and how you could be doing it better. I think that’s the single best piece of advice: constantly think about how you could be doing things better and questioning yourself.
The shortest feedback loop I can think of is doing improvisation in front of an audience.
People online will tell you what they really think – there’s no diplomacy. They’re honest; it’s good to have the feedback immediately.
My shoe has been going through evolution, and we having great feedback from the 1 to the 2 and the 2.5’s, so I think just consistency. The biggest thing I wanted to accomplish was a shoe that basketball players loved and felt like they have an advantage out of.
We encourage our people to build their ideas from scratch, and we give them the resources – and, crucially, the candid feedback – that are required to transform the first wisps of a story into a truly compelling film.
I mean, making simulations of what you’re going to build is tremendously useful if you can get feedback from them that will tell you where you’ve gone wrong and what you can do about it.
My parents have provided guidance, objective feedback, and unconditional support. They are advocates of what I do.
Avoid the ‘squeaky wheel gets the grease‘ habit of overreacting to the loudest feedback. The first time you hear a particular piece of feedback, treat it like a clue and do some investigating. Find out how deep it goes – maybe it stops at the surface and won’t be an issue, maybe not.
At first, I found the feedback quite harsh; having people judge you and say you’re horrible is difficult. I was being called the Simon Cowell of the cookery world and the female Gordon Ramsay. I mean, what? From all I knew, that was simply part of being a chef; it was the way we talked in the kitchen.
When a child is watching television, he or she is not involved in play, not socializing with other individuals, and most importantly, not receiving feedback as to the actions or consequences of his or her behavior.
I know that the work is good and they’re excited over at ABC and Disney and it’s getting some really good feedback. It’s not just a little, insignificant kind of role. It’s meaty, which is good.
From the Twitter responses we got with ‘Best Friends Forever‘ and the small feedback we are getting as the show is meted out, I think people are seeing themselves in the show and enjoying seeing female friendship portrayed in the way it really is.
The orb allows for constant dynamic feedback.
Obviously, it’s disappointing when you put on a shirt and get negative feedback, but at the same time, it’s what the fans want to see; they want to see you perform well.
When we were making ‘Arrested Development,’ it was the hardest thing I’d ever done. You know, nobody was watching. We weren’t getting feedback. The job wasn’t paying very well. But the one thing I did feel confident about was: No one will ever be able to do this again. Because no one would be stupid enough to try.
I’ve been completely surprised at the outpouring of just incredible amounts of positive feedback and love from people all day long.
We believe that people will use real-time fMRI feedback to hone cognitive strategies that will increase activation of brain regions.
I’m a really big fan of meeting the fans. It’s great to get feedback.
You have to be in accountable relationships across race. Accountable means that they’re authentic, they’re sustained, and that you do talk about racism, and you are able to be given feedback.
Market type determines the startup’s customer feedback and acquisition activities and spending. It changes customer needs, adoption rates, product features, and positioning as well as its launch strategies, channels and activities.
I have learned from Twitter that you get that instant feedback about what people think about what you did.
Sometimes I think that we are living in a simulation controlled by the reigns of a destructive child who often gets bored or distracted, leaving us trapped inside feedback loops for years at a time.
I’ve gotten nothing but warmth from the Black community and positive feedback.
From the very first inkling of a concept, founders need to gather a target group of five to ten potential users to begin the feedback loop. We all think we know how the market will react to new ideas, but actual users live with the pros and cons of the existing market conditions every day. They are the market experts.
The feedback we get from users is very positive, but the businesses are very hateful towards us.
The answers to all a startup’s challenges are out there. By setting up the right mechanisms for gathering feedback, the road to success can be a less bumpy ride.
Initially, I had started doing theater, where the actor has a direct relationship to the audience. So, moving into film and television disconnected me. When you do a film, you start to get the character, and then it disappears for a year before it’s released and you get feedback.
When we were unknown, you don’t get a lot of bad feedback. Now, we get people bad-mouthing us all the time, but it’s all part of the game.
Most of the fans have ideas about their perfect phone. But many of them can’t do it because building a phone is tough. So they would give us feedback about the features that they think should be included in our next model. And if we incorporated that in our new phone, they will share the good news with their friends.
I was getting a lot of really nasty feedback about my weight during ‘Fargo,’ which is unfortunate because I am statistically a completely average-size woman.
In the case of, like, Childish Gambino, he is someone who is a writer by trade, so he is very meticulous about how he writes his ideas. I don’t do this with a lot of artist, but he would give me a treatment that he wants to do, and I’ll go off that; then I’ll give him feedback and pitch him my ideas.
Real-time feedback and coaching promotes learning. When feedback is connected to compensation, feedback is muted, distorted, and given less frequently.
There was a lot of dialogue between the people who were developing Flickr and their users to get feedback on how they wanted Flickr to develop. That interaction made the initial community very strong, and then that seed was there for new people who joined to make the community experience strong for them, too.
There is a feedback loop between Trump and TV that is both good and bad.
I didn’t really take a lot of any on-camera classes or anything like that. I really just threw all of my energy into auditioning, and I know that I basically just did things based on feedback that I would get.
Regular feedback is one of the hardest things to drive through an organization.
It is surprising how little most small business values the customers. A positive feedback from the customer is critical to your business, and what’s more important is their referral.
In business, the market gives you feedback in real time. Your sales figures tell you what’s working, what isn’t, and how you need to change. If you don’t listen to the feedback, you go belly up. In philanthropy, there is no market.
Negative feedback is better that none. I would rather have a man hate me than overlook me. As long as he hates me I make a difference.
If I’m looking at a client, I can say, ‘Oh, wow, this is where you’re weak; this is what you need to work on.’ I can correct her in a matter of seconds, and then she’s practicing specifically on the thing she needs to work on instead of repeating the same mistakes. Having that feedback is essential for beginners.
I’ve gotten to work with people like Kristin Chenoweth and Chita Rivera… Seeing their process is so interesting. Seeing that these people aren’t immortal – that they go through the same motions as we do and ask for feedback and break down scenes… They have to work, too, and that’s really exciting to see.
I’m vulnerable to criticism. Any artist is, because you work alone in your studio and, until recently, critics were the only way you’d get any feedback.
It’s a challenge to grow professionally and move up the corporate ladder when you’re not receiving feedback on your performance.
Mentors don’t just have to be people who are older or more experienced than you are. Mentors are people who really care about you, know you, and want to offer feedback and advice to help you grow.
On career day as a young journalist, I scraped up my money and went to this big conference for young journalists, and the great feedback I got was that I would not or should not become an anchor because my eyelashes were too long and too distracting.
It’s possible to spend every waking hour here on the ninth floor and not get out of the office. And this isn’t the real world in here. And contrary to public opinion, I’m not incredibly poll-driven. They are an ongoing indicator of how we are going, but I take the feedback I get on the street as being the most important.
There is a huge value in learning with instant feedback.
Fundamental to real expertise is 1: whether the informational structure of the environment is sufficiently regular that it’s possible to make good predictions and 2: does it allow high quality feedback and therefore error-correction.
The feedback for ‘P.S. I Still Love You‘ has been pretty amazing. To have written this story about this family with Asian-American characters and be so embraced is really incredible for me as a writer as well as a person of color.
Software innovation, like almost every other kind of innovation, requires the ability to collaborate and share ideas with other people, and to sit down and talk with customers and get their feedback and understand their needs.
I am so inspired by the people watching my videos and responding to them. I have learned so much from my community over the years and always love reading their feedback and their own personal stories that they share with me.
The growing influence of focus groups means we are all in danger of being excessively cowed by their feedback.
I guess it is the sense of personal satisfaction that racing gives you that I am probably going to miss, because in racing you get that feedback very quickly.
The feedback that I get from my association with Gomez is heartwarming. It is very difficult for me to take anything but a positive view of the Gomez phenomenon.
It is important to me that what Poe has to say gets across to people. I want to give people the feeling that I get from all this. I think that we are succeeding. The feedback is very warm.
I get to a certain point where I just get so tired that I keep going. It creates a positive feedback loop in some ways – the more stress and work I put on me, the more stress and work I can deal with.
People who are digital native, they want to have real-time performance feedback. They want to understand where they are, what might happen, what their future is. And they want to understand that quickly in a very direct conversation.
I just sit at the drawing board most of the time. I am used to talking to people. I love going to conventions, getting feedback and talking to people. Some artists don’t. Some artists sit at their drawing board because their personality actually dictates that.
I have to experience the Nokia products. I’m a major contributor to the design and the quality of the devices. I have a lot of feedback to provide the teams on that. But also I have to carry competitive devices. You have to understand the competition.
A lot of people are really excited to see the continuation of Cory and Topanga and ‘Boy Meets World’. I was getting a lot of positive feedback, which I was really happy about.
I can’t be a hypocrite as a coach because as a player that’s what I wanted. I wanted feedback, I wanted communication from the boss. I showed up for work, you can yell at me if you want, but I want input. So that’s the kind of coach I want to be.
I enjoy writing and promoting my books. I enjoy the feedback. But all this is because I don’t depend on it commercially. I don’t need that money. I have a career.
When we make progress and get better at something, it is inherently motivating. In order for people to make progress, they have to get feedback and information on how they’re doing.
It’s nice to get the feedback from a theater audience. It’s a gas.
It’s just astonishing to me, but not surprising in some respects, how dependent we are on the somewhat meaningless and certainly ephemeral feedback that we get from strangers on the Internet. I think that’s a dangerous dependence to develop.
Sometimes you will get feedback that is contrary to your vision. You may be trying to drive in a particular direction that people don’t necessarily understand at first.
Sometimes the fans want it both ways, of course. They want to feel like they’re influencing the show, and at the same time, they want to think that showrunners have the story all mapped out in our brains. But it can’t be both. In truth, we were usually far ahead of the fan feedback.
My background is in acting, so I enjoy being able to show what I’m looking for. With acting, it’s very immediate when you show someone what you’re looking for, and the feedback is instantaneous as well.
People are going to think and take things how they’re going to take it, and I have no control over that, so it’s kind of like biding time until you get your feedback. So, it’s like, once the public can consume what you’re putting out there, then you know. Then you know hit, miss, in between.
My father and my grandfather always watch my films and share their feedback with me. It helps me a lot in my own career.
Don’t wallow in brainstorming. Time spent fiddling with a business plan or filling up whiteboards with ideas is time that you could spend actually launching your business and seeing if the idea floats. Launching gives you real, solid feedback, instead of the imaginary ‘what if‘ scenarios dreamed up in a conference room.
If my parents don’t like something, they tell me on my face. You get real feedback from them.
As a co-writer of the Mumford’s songs, I’m always quite insecure about the music – I find it hard to accept any praise or feedback.
Being on TV sucks. It’s a lot of work. You memorize scripts and then you show up and they change everything. I’m a control freak. When I’m doing stand-up, I say what I want and then I get instant feedback.
One of the great things about being recognized is that you receive this feedback from people. It is easy to see how sincere people are. It’s nothing fake or jive. They’re giving sincere appreciation. And it’s not that easy to express.
That’s what makes Linux so good: you put in something, and that effort multiplies. It’s a positive feedback cycle.
To have a director’s direct feedback is invaluable.
A lot of the values of millennials are shared by all of our generations. Who doesn’t want purpose, feedback and balance?
I get a lot of inspiration from the audience feedback to our live shows.
I think one of the things about Donald Trump that’s interesting is he lives in a rarified atmosphere where it’s possible that he doesn’t get enough feedback, enough people rolling their eyes at him. It’s a danger more in show business than it is with wealth.
Twitter is the most amazing medium for a comedy writer. I can’t get in every idea I want on the show no matter how hard I try to bully the other writers, so it’s a way of me getting out other comic ideas and immediately getting feedback.
People want to know on an ongoing basis, ‘Am I doing right? Am I moving in the right direction? Do you think I’m progressing?’ Nobody’s going to wait for an annual cycle to get that feedback.
If you go to a second-rate place, and you are first-rate, it is very difficult to do first-rate work because you do not get that critical feedback you need for first-rate work on a daily basis.
I tried playing a positive character in my last show ‘Tujhse Hai Raabta’ and people gave me a good feedback, but still some people think that I’m the vamp from ‘Qubool Hai.’
I think then, when we started receiving the first of the user feedback, feedback from people that I had not specifically told about it, but had spread from friend to friend and then they were giving us feedback.
If you don’t get feedback from your performers and your audience, you’re going to be working in a vacuum.
A lot of the kids gave a lot of positive feedback about if I ever became a coach, they would love to play in our program. And I was very confident that we would be able to get the top-tier players to come in.
I’ve said some things on stage where the crowd was like, ‘Whoa, that’s bad’ – and I never say it again because that’s the feedback I get.
I have been part of ‘Gehraiyaan’ and I must say it is great to be part of pocket-content for the only reason that the feedback is instant. Also, the audience is evolved and mature enough to embrace bold and progressive content.
I ask my close friends to give me feedback.
Tuchel always just trusted me and gave me a chance. Of course, he’s given me tips and feedback with what he sees every day in training and stuff like that, small things.
But I always communicate with the audience. I never pretend like I’m just in my bedroom making a track. The whole point of doing a gig is, like, a feedback thing between you and the audience.
Our teachers deserve better feedback.
There’s nothing more fun than acting on stage with a live audience and that immediate feedback.
I want to make clear that my feedback comes from a place of loyalty and persistent gratitude. I love Twitter.
There’s a hunger in me that always wants to be creating and orating, telling people something and giving them information and getting feedback. There are so many questions that I’m trying to ask, and I’m still so far from being done saying what I gotta say.
The advent of the digital age and the immediacy and convenience of digital video and photography allows people to become an integral part of the feedback loop which actively shapes the content we are fed.
Even though my earlier film ‘Idhu Yenna Mayam’ didn’t do well, I got a lot of good feedback.
As an actor you can always blame the director or writer for negative feedback. But as a writer, you’re the reason why everyone’s in the room.
If you Google some sites about the link between vaccines and autism, you can very quickly find that Google is repeating back to you your view about whether that link exists and not what scientists know, which is that there isn’t a link between vaccines and autism. It’s a feedback loop that’s invisible.
Going into the second arc, I’m making a conscious effort to do something I say I never do, which is to change my style because of feedback. I’m trying to make ‘Pretty Deadly‘ more accessible by being more clear in the writing.
Big ideas developed in a vacuum are doomed from the start. Feedback is the essential tool for building and growing a successful company.
No matter what position you’re in, if you are receiving poor feedback from clients, co-workers, or in performance evaluations, then that’s one of the clearest signs that you’re not cut out for the job, or it’s not right for you.
When you are 18, 19, 20, you’re used to being photographed all the time, in a certain way. So, the narcissism becomes almost out of control. And the way that young women are photographed, they become addicted to this feedback of the image.
During my time growing a company in the private sector, one of my guiding principles was to meet and hear feedback from as many customers as possible.
The ‘Pro-Sim’ is pretty much the best simulator you can buy, because of the steering motor and the pedals. The force feedback we get through the steering is pretty much exactly the same as what we get in the actual car in terms of how heavy it is.
We all need people who will give us feedback. That’s how we improve.
In some cultures, like Middle Eastern, Egyptian, or Asian cultures, people are often hesitant to give any negative feedback.
I was ‘Little Ty,’ ‘Little Tyrone.’ I always got this negative feedback from the game of basketball.
I didn’t grow up identifying with beauty. I grew up thinking I could be smart and funny – those are the things I got feedback on.
It’s like freedom of speech – they can’t tell you not to do it. When no one will put you on at a club or venue, you can go to the street, just start singing, and get a lot of good feedback from people as they walk by. I got really good at lip reading and seeing if a song is working. It was a good way to start.
I can’t remember one bad time I had in Boston as far as where I got negative feedback from fans, no matter the first year we lost 18 straight or the following year we won a championship.