8 tips to help your kids implement the feedback they receive

Childhood is the stage where an individual grows up generating values for life. A well-disciplined child seeks all ventures with a sportsman spirit, not always winning but learning always.

Our kids need not have high-profile knowledge or skills to be good human beings. The foremost role as a parent or guardian is to teach their kids the value of humanity and to be a human above all. Knowledge and education come secondary, but primarily when children are at home, they need to understand that their elders are always well-wishers and not a strict teacher to hale punishment to them.

The feedback any kid receives from their elders may be positive as well as negative. But both need to be taken and accepted by the kid

for his overall development of growth and understanding.

8 tips I would recommend kids implement the feedback they receive:

  • Accept the way someone gives feedback. Don't take it in the negative way that someone wants to lower you. But, take it in the way it is presented.
  • The reviewer will always want you to implement their suggestions, so try teaching the change they mentioned in the feedback, and ask them whether you are working in that cause or not.
  • Never back answer. Or never have a grudge against the reviewer.
  • Take the reviews as improvements and not torture.
  • Practice patience and kindness.
  • Try improving every day and not just for the sake of doing.
  • "Completion doesn't matter much but change recommended once implemented is valued very much.
  • Grow with the flaws and accept them. Try developing the habits that help you overcome those weaknesses. Everyone doesn't get somebody to review, and if you have got feedback, try implementing it for sure.

It might be possible that the kids may feel torture and interference in their way of working, but it's better to be corrected in private than to be fired in public.

Childhood is the stage where an individual grows up generating values for life. A well-disciplined child seeks all ventures with a sportsman spirit, not always winning but learning always.

Our kids need not have high-profile knowledge or skills to be good human beings. The foremost role as a parent or guardian is to teach their kids the value of humanity and to be a human above all. Knowledge and education come secondary, but primarily when children are at home, they need to understand that their elders are always well-wishers and not a strict teacher to hale punishment to them.

The feedback any kid receives from their elders may be positive as well as negative. But both need to be taken and accepted by the kid

for his overall development of growth and understanding.

8 tips I would recommend kids implement the feedback they receive:

  • Accept the way someone gives feedback. Don't take it in the negative way that someone wants to lower you. But, take it in the way it is presented.
  • The reviewer will always want you to implement their suggestions, so try teaching the change they mentioned in the feedback, and ask them whether you are working in that cause or not.
  • Never back answer. Or never have a grudge against the reviewer.
  • Take the reviews as improvements and not torture.
  • Practice patience and kindness.
  • Try improving every day and not just for the sake of doing.
  • "Completion doesn't matter much but change recommended once implemented is valued very much.
  • Grow with the flaws and accept them. Try developing the habits that help you overcome those weaknesses. Everyone doesn't get somebody to review, and if you have got feedback, try implementing it for sure.

It might be possible that the kids may feel torture and interference in their way of working, but it's better to be corrected in private than to be fired in public.

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