Monday Morning Jumpstart:
The Importance of Feedback

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Are you good at receiving feedback? How about giving it?

In this week’s Monday Motivation for Writers session, AWAI’s Chief Success Officer, Ted Capshaw, and AWAI’s Director of Training, Jade Trueblood, tackle the importance of feedback, and share some insights on giving and receiving it, so you can continually improve your writing, and ultimately, your writing business.

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Published: December 5, 2022

1 Response to “Monday Morning Jumpstart: The Importance of Feedback ”

  1. Making feedback a point of discussion reminds us of its value to us as writers, as it is difficult to both give constructively and to receive without feeling diminished in our self-worth. Yet, there were aspects of the discussion that I feel could use further elucidation.

    AWAI makes the point that a client hires a copywriter because we are the trained "expert". The client hires us for our expertise in the area that they are deficient in - copywriting. Therefore, how do we, as the writing pro, evaluate the untrained client's feedback on our writing?

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