Your business may be in trouble if your advisers are more concerned about your feelings than giving you an honest assessment, writes Rajesh Setty, president of WittyParrot. You can fix this problem by being "open to receiving all kinds of feedback," he writes. "If the adviser senses that you are defensive, he or she might avoid being direct just to save time and energy." Setty also explains how to address several other issues that could be compromising the quality of advice you are receiving.
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