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Developmental feedback is great.  Supportive feedback is great.  I notice one feels different to receive then the other.  What is it about supportive feedback that is hard to receive?  What is it about developmental feedback that is hard to receive?  They are both the same: supportive feedback.  What is it about supportive feedback that is easy to receive, feels good to receive?  What is it about developmental feedback that feels easy to receive?

I know there is a deep desire within me to “do good”, to make a great impact on this world in a way that positively affects the whole for the greater good.  That sounds a little blah, blah, blah to me right now in this moment.

What is it really Sarah?  What do I really want to do?

I want to live in my Soul.  I want to express my truth.  I want to go where I want to go and be where I want to be.  I want to experience meaningful relationships and live a life fulfilling lifestyle that is full of abundance, love and generosity on all levels in all areas of life.  I want to dream big, I want to reach for the stars, I want to know, deep down at my core, that it is all good.

I know that now.  It is all good.

We are one.

There is no separation.

Love exists and is pure as rainfall in a faraway, pristine jungle in the…

Yah, so back to feedback.  It is SO powerful when someone tells me what they really thought, whether it was supportive or developmental.  It is great knowing how to improve.  It is also great knowing I am a part of a larger contribution than I can ever imagine possible.

Thank you Source.

Love, Sarah

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Comments ( 7 )

  • In music feedback is often considered “noise”, although it can be used to induce a “special effect” giving a signature feel to the song.

    • I like the fact that you brought in this “other” term for or way of looking at “feedback”. Very interesting. I guess feedback sometimes lets us know that something is out of whack like when a mic screams when too close to a speaker.

      • Yes, and “out of whack” can be a nuisance, or a signature sound depending on how it is received by the listener.

        • Ah, the operative statement: “…depending on how it is received by the listener.” Very well put Sean!

  • Nice Nice Nice !!!!!!!
    YAh back to the FEEDBACK >>>>> REAL TALK !! keep it up up up …

    • Thank you Shawn! So good to see you “hear” you here. Love, Sarah

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