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January 27, 2021 41 min
Feedback is essential for us to move forward. But how do we use it effectively? This episode's guest, Therese Huston, gives you the practical tools that you can use today. Therese Huston’s mission is to help conscientious, growth-minded professionals bring out their best at work. She’s a cognitive scientist at Seattle University, as well as a speaker and author of Let's Talk: Make Effective Feedback Your Superpower. Her expertise lies in helping you say what needs to be said, and – even more importantly – say it in a way that can be heard. This episode is sponsored by BetterHelp. BetterHelp offers you access to your own licensed professional therapist – all from the comfort of wherever you are. You can arrange weekly video chats or phone calls, text with your carefully curated counsellor, and do so at an affordable price. And anything you share is confidential. I’ve been using BetterHelp for a while and I am highly impressed. It’s been a huge help for me and I know it can be the same for you. Start living a happier life today with BetterHelp. As a listener, you’ll get 10% off your first month by visiting ( Give BetterHelp a try today.I want to give you a gift as a loyal listener to the show… The Gift of Time. It’s an ebook I’ve written for you, as I wanted to share my thoughts behind the true value of time. Broken up into 3 parts, I can’t wait to share this with you. You can access this from any of your devices, as well as an audiobook version. Simply visit ( )and get the Gift of Time for FREE today.I’m excited to be hosting this year’s The BIG Ready virtually on February 2nd 2021, and I’d love you to be a part of it! Learn from experts LIVE how to significantly scale back the endless emails, bottomless to-do lists, and constant overwhelm from simply having too much to do. Hear from four inspiring keynote speakers, engage with four unique workshops, and participate with twelve of our panel discussion members. There will be 20+ speakers, including former podcast guests Chris Bailey, Srinivas Rao, Laura Vanderkam, Dave Delaney and much more. Tickets are from $99 for the full day, including access to the recorded version too. What’s more, the first 100 people that sign up will get a special swag bag through the post. Simply visit ( to get your ticket. This episode is brought to you by MetPro. Do you want to improve your health, but not sure where to start? According to MetPro, the key to seeing results is to master your metabolism. Armed with hard science, MetPro is your health concierge, delivering one-on-one coaching and personalized nutrition and fitness regimens. Get one month FREE when you sign up today. Head to ( to take advantage of this opportunity.Tune in as we discuss the three different types of feedback, the common biases to watch out for, and you can best coach yourself. Enjoy this episode packed with Therese’s strategies! Talking Points How effective feedback boosts your productivity (1:19) Three different types of feedback (9:02) Ways to avoid falling into your biases (11:59) Setting clear intentions (32:40) Having constructive feedback with yourself (35:54) Quote "Unconscious bias is leaning towards some people and away from others" Helpful Links ( (Let’s Talk | Amazon) (Thanks for the Feedback | Amazon) (Pocket Biases) (Growth Mindset | Amazon) Want to discover some of the books mentioned...
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