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About a year or two ago I noticed Evernote was starting to (slowly) turn around (it stopped telling me about work chat). But recently the iOS apps has become incredibly buggy. This makes me sad but it’s time to bid farewell.
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Finished Reading : A Walk Across America: Peter Jenkins 📚
It’s very easy to point out errors and mistakes. Whenever I work with my team mates I try to not just point out errors but make suggestions.
Even if they choose something else I feel like I’m offering helps rather than just complaining.
Not everyone I work with takes the same approach.
Sometimes it makes me feel like they are just being annoying. Pointing out problems and not really helping. At the same time, I wonder if my approach seems belittling to some people? If they think they could have come up with that themselves and how dare I act otherwise.
I’ve asked some colleagues how they like/dislike my feedback. They have seemed positive but I know some people avoid conflict.
I have to trust that they’d tell me otherwise (and tell those colleagues who give me feedback in a way I dislike how I’d prefer that feedback).
it’s all another reason why communication matters (and sometimes that means conflict).