The key thing is that feedback on your work is what helps you improve, be as good as possible, and perhaps exceed your potential.
I work in a field which is a hot bed: you recommend something and it is implemented almost immediately, and if I am not careful, the end user would be knocking at my door, demanding explanations. And if it benefits him, a big smile would acknowledge me.
I've been blogging some time now, and genuine comments, however few, have given me the impetus to hang in there. I value feedback, even if it is absolutely critical. For example, a close friend actually told me that even if I was posting daily for the A-Z challenge, I should write my posts with care. I did not take that too well, but soon realized that negative feedback is for me to improve upon. So, thanks buddy.
I take this opportunity to thank all of you who have been there for me, and helped me become the person I am.
And if you have read this till here, please tell me what you think.
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