Feedback is great, but should never be relied upon without context in place.

The context is what was going on surrounding that particular item.

It’s the work that was going on at that point in time.

It’s the goals that were trying to be achieved but might not have worked.

Feedback is incredibly useful, but only if everything surrounding the feedback is understood.

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