Thank you for the feedback

Thank you for the feedback

Thanksgiving is a time to come together with family and friends and give thanks for all we have. It’s also a time to eat, drink, and be merry.

Thanking for feedback is just as important as asking for it. It’s often the part that people struggle with the most. Nobody likes hearing negative things about themselves, but if you want to grow and develop as a person, you need to listen to those things. At the same time, it’s grateful to acknowledge the person who has given you feedback and let them know that you appreciate their honesty. Doing so will make it much easier for them to come forward with feedback in the future.

I hope you are doing well. Family vacations can be hectic, and those of us who are separated from our loved ones may find the holidays especially difficult. I want to take this opportunity to let you know that you are appreciated.

Today is Thanksgiving Monday in Canada. It’s a day to gather with family, friends, and loved ones to celebrate things you are thankful for. Give your appreciation to those who have made a difference in your life.

A day to recover from mom’s incredible Thanksgiving dinner.

Plus, reflect on how wonderful it was to be around mom and dad’s house with all the kids and the dog running around.

Today, I decided to take a look at your feedback when it comes to the injury that I should do for the October Injury of the Month.

Here are the results:

I am looking forward to doing back pain. I have desired to accomplish this for quite some time, and I will focus on a subject of back pain that no one addresses that will be of significant help to you.

A few other things that were very interesting from your feedback, I thought the people that mainly read my articles were fitness professionals, but it looks like there are others:

I am excited to find out about the others. Excellent to see the information is helping so many other people and professions.

I thought that people who read my articles were more junior in their careers, but it looks like:

50% of you have been in your profession for more than 10 years. Excellent to hear the information can help you.

I learned so much more from your feedback. So, thank you for taking the time.

I thought you might enjoy seeing some of the comments and questions people have posted on the blog. I hope that you have found the content helpful and inspiring. If there is anything that I missed or that you would like to see more of, leave me a comment below or send me an email at [email protected].

As we celebrate Thanksgiving, be thankful for all the small things that happen every day. Let us also acknowledge the people who made them possible. Let this holiday be a reminder to express gratitude to your loved ones. Be kind to one another. May this day be filled with love, gratitude, and harmony.

I need to head back with the kids and enjoy Thanksgiving.

Thank YOU for your support, time, and feedback.

Have a great day.

Rick Kaselj, MSLow Back Pain Solved