Imagine you just concluded something important. It’s now time for feedback. Self-feedback.
There are just two questions to ask.
The first is, “What did I do right?”
The second one would obviously be, “What did I do wrong?”
But no, there’s a better second question. Instead of focusing on what went wrong, we could ask “What should I do differently?”
The outcome of the two variations of the second question is the same. But the way it is phrased makes all the difference. The best part? Both question 1 and variation 2 of question 2 will be positive reinforces. Neither doom nor gloom!