Thanks for your feedback.
I appreciate your comments, but I’m not sure how to interpret them.
Maybe there was some miscommunication on intent, or maybe you were just having a bad day.
In any case, I sent you this because your feedback likely fell on the lower part of the disagreement hierarchy.
I didn’t want to dismiss your comments altogether, but I also didn’t have the time to respond in detail.
The bottom line is that what I publish is probably not for you.
Here’s an easy way to resolve this.
Simply block, unsubscribe, unfollow, or unfriend.
Every platform makes it really easy to do so.
And if you’d like to stay connected but see less of what I publish, you can use the “mute” feature. Most social media sites have that option.
Of course, you are still welcome to continue to follow my updates and even more welcome to leave meaningful feedback in the future.
All the best.
Note for creators: I wrote this short post as a time-saving hack to direct folks who leave unconstructive comments. It’s inspired by Seth Godin’s “It’s not for you” idea, as well as Paul Graham’s “How to Disagree” article. Feel free to link to it or modify it for use on your own site.