When you first started to write your piece, you knew you wanted it to have a purpose and that you wanted to achieve a goal.
Receiving feedback, positive and negative, is exceedingly valuable. If nothing else, it means that someone has taken the time and trouble to read what you’ve written and to make comment.
In some cases, you’ll be able to put a realistic value on the feedback if you go on and sign up a new client. Feedback on a newsletter, for example, will enable you to make changes next time, if necessary. If you had a tender or funding application declined, then feedback obtained from the assessors will enable you to learn lessons for the next occasion.
Your feedback will also enable you to evaluate whether a piece of writing has been worthwhile, e.g. has it brought in any new business or raised awareness?
- You are a small business owner;
- Your business writing is a challenge, for whatever reason;
- You could have a simple process plan to follow when you are writing something in your business that will help to alleviate your worries.
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