Log in with your Google account Leave anonymous admonition and admiration for your friends and coworkers.
“The sound you make when you enjoy your food is adorable, but probably not working for you during business lunches.”
“You’ve said so many times that it's important to you not to skip Physics class, but you weren’t there again today – this is just a heads up to keep you thinking!”
“I really appreciated your new approach to keeping the group on track today, stick with it!”

Admonition (plural admonitions): Gentle or friendly reproof; counseling against fault or oversight; warning.

Constructive criticism is beneficial to both giver and recipient, but the fact that people often can't deliver negative (and sometimes positive!) feedback without social risk discourages the behavior.

Admonymous allows people to anonymously admonish and admire their friends and acquaintances. All you need to do in order to let others admonish and admire you is sign up and publish the admonition link where people can see it, like in your email signature or on your Facebook account. By becoming aware of your blind spots, you will be more able to address them.

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