Konstruktywny feedback
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People who really know us and who care about us can speak the hard and raw truth – the thing about constructive feedback

In relationships with other people, especially those closest to us, we often encounter situations where their words seem hurtful. Honesty that is perceived as unfair and harsh can be difficult to accept and is therefore automatically rejected. However, only people who know the other person well and care about his or her wellbeing are able to make comments that are difficult to hear but necessary for his or her development. Provided, of course, that they do so with empathy, respect, reverence and sincerity.
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World Hemophilia Day

In an episode of The Good Doctor, Shaun Murphy was asked to do a television interview. He was asked to do this because of the fact that he is the few, or perhaps the only, doctor affected by autism. This was to bring both him and the hospital some recognition. Even though his story could have been an inspiration to others - he refused. He said he wanted to be remembered as a good doctor, not a doctor who has autism.
Harvey Specter
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What Harvey Specter taught me about business

It's a warm spring afternoon. We have just moved with the whole company to a brand new place. Full of optimism, we are sipping coffee by a small pond, which is about 50 meters from our office and is the focal point of the whole complex. The local, industrial walls of the post-factory complex fill us with the desire to act.