Episode #115: Identify your Blind Spots

September 19, 2018

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Feedback… when was the last time you asked of objective, honest and critical feedback?

I’m not just talking about those mandated and ineffective annual performance reviews, I’m talking about ongoing feedback from not just people above you in the food chain, but your peers and people who report to you.

The human brain can only consciously process something like 120 bits of information, yet at any given moment we are surrounded by several million bits of information which we can only ever process subconsciously.

As such, our perceptions of the world are shaped by how we choose to see them, and often, our perceptions of ourselves too.

In this episode of Fast Fix Friday, I talk feedback, and why you should be getting it often.

If you've got any questions on this podcast feel free to send an email to steve@collectivecamp.us or tweet me on Twitter @steveglaveski

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About steve glaveski

Your host and occasional cybernetic organism, Steve Glaveski, is committed to helping people better navigate the growing uncertainty that technology change brings, in order to survive, thrive, create more value for the world and lead more fulfilling lives.

Steve is the CEO and co-founder of innovation accelerator Collective Campus, founder of children's entrepreneurship program Lemonade Stand, author of Amazon best-seller The Innovation Manager's Handbook and the Wiley book, Employee to Entrepreneur, investor in blockchain based fractional property investment platform Konkrete and is a keynote speaker and startup advisor.

When not fighting T-1000s Steve can be found in the gym, hiking, skating at the beach, attempting standup comedy, at a heavy metal show or socially lubricating at a whisky bar.

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