You've finally created the program, product, or course you've been dreaming about. You've put yourself out there, revealed it to the world, sold it to your customers, and now you eagerly await their success. It can be so exciting. When you've put your heart and soul into creating a program or course, the best feedback you can receive is the success achieved by your students.
So what happens when that feedback isn't what you expected? What happens when you're met with an unsuccessful student or two? What happens when the enthusiasm that brought them to you has waned?
First...this is all positive feedback because it's feedback for something you've done. If you didn't have any feedback it likely means you didn't do sh&$ to get any feedback so hurray for that!
Next...sometimes students just aren't successful. When that happens, try and determine why. If it's something you could do better, fix it. If it's something they failed to do, see it as that and don't take it personally.
Bottom line...allow all feedback to make you and your programs better. Even if that means helping you to distinguish the type of feedback that's most useful. Allow it to guide you to your ideal customers whose goals align with your solutions. Because at the end of the day, feedback should feed your growth, not stunt it.