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I think it’s very important to have a feedback loop, where you’re constantly thinking about what you’ve done and how you could be doing it better. I think that’s the single best piece of advice: Constantly think about how you could be doing things better and questioning yourself

Elon Musk

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I’m interested in reading body language. So, I read people and decode the meaning of what they’re trying to say. I think, I’m reading people in a better way until I’m asking feedback from my friends. I’m reading my friends and said what they’re thinking internally. It’s completely different. And I’m start gaining more body language vocabulary only from feedback.

Improving constantly by asking questions is an important one. By asking several questions yourself, you gain more insights from that. Those insights is progressing your actions. Also, you can asking others to improve your work.

These are the two ways you can gain feedback.

You can also use feedback loop in academic settings.

Scott h young wrote in his Ultralearning Manifesto ebook:

He writes,

This means applying your knowledge or skill, then getting information about where you can improve. In math, this might mean doing a problem, then seeing the solution. In languages, this might mean speaking to someone and then seeing whether they understood you.

He gave three key ideas to accelerate your learning process:

Do the cycles more quickly. Instead of waiting until the entire assignment is done to compare your work to the solution, why not do it after each question? Faster feedback is faster learning.

In academic, people waiting for an assignment correction. If you do each question and gain feedback, it improves your learning process in quick manner.

Do the cycles more deeply. The more elaborately you can

practice, the more you’ll test comprehensive skills. Doing

a full project, therefore, can teach you things that doing

flashcards won’t. This principle sometimes pushes you in

the opposite direction as #1, so I often will do two types of

feedback cycles: long and deep plus quick and shallow.

And Last One is,

Get more accurate feedback. If you can improve the accuracy

of your feedback, you’ll need fewer cycles to make

corrections. I did this in drawing by overlaying the reference

photo on top of my sketches so I would know exactly

what mistakes I made

Improving the accuracy of feedback, It helps your learning even more better.

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