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Many of the online adverts, sponsored stories that are really ads and almost anything you look at such as flowers, appliances, cars, etc. all want feedback.  It is a free way of seeing how their ads are doing and if they need changes.  In life feedback often comes in the form of criticism, rude remarks, offhanded sayings, etc.  It is not always wanted or necessary. For example, you may have just bought a new outfit for a special event. Instead of a family member, partner or spouse telling you that your appearance is fabulous they say something unpleasant such as “Is that what you bought?  Couldn’t you have chosen something nicer?”  You may still look fabulous but whatever that person’s opinion is should not count.  Often people give too much feedback and it is usually almost always negative. It might be that you do look quite attractive and they are jealous.  They may feel the need to insult you to make themselves feel better.  Either way it doesn’t matter. The continual asking for completion of surveys by companies is becoming increasingly annoying.  Even the banks are doing it now. If you want surveys then pay for them.  Sure we all want positive feedback and this includes every coach on the internet.  They all want to increase their subscribers.  When I release “Misplaced Trust” I will be hoping for positive feedback. So far the people who have read the book have liked the it and a few were even grateful to realize they had made the right decisions for their trusts.  In the Good Gus series the only feedback came from the characters during adventures and events.  It was all positive though. The Good Gus Series is available online at Kindle, Nook and Waterstones. Hard copies, personally autographed, are available through our website along with past blogs for your reading enjoyment. Digitizing for all the books are available now!  Books one and two are now available on the Tractor Supply website. “Misplaced Trust” will be available this month.

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