James Schramko here and I’m just filming a little video. I had a question from someone and that is, who should they get feedback from for a new book and I said you know what, not too many people. Don’t get too much feedback.
When I put out my book, I had two people read it other than Kelly Exeter and myself. It was two students and there were different types and I took their notes and then I just made a few changes and that was it. If you get too many people to give you feedback, you end up with a book by a committee.
Same for videos and sales letters and all of that. I’m often looking at my student’s work videos, presentations, sales pages, book drafts to give feedback but they trust me to give them a seasoned feedback that then they can go and work on. Because if they ask their wife or their partner or their spouse or their friend from down the road at the pub, they’re probably not going to get the right feedback. And if they asked too many people, they’re going to be dragged all over the place.
So hopefully this is helpful and also it’s less work. I’m James Schramko, this is typical of the sort of thing that I’m talking about inside SuperFastBusiness Membership on a regular basis. I hope to see you in there sometime.
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