People say that feedback is a gift, and while that’s true, it can be difficult to give constructive criticism without feeling like a jerk – and just as hard to receive it without taking offense. Creating an environment where people feel comfortable giving and receiving feedback is an essential part of creating a positive company culture. Brit shares some of the tips and tricks she’s picked up while building brands within the Feel-Good Company.

“Constructive criticism should be a one-on-one conversation.”

-Brittany Driscoll


  • Focusing on the human side of business
  • How to give hard feedback
  • The importance of giving timely criticism
  • How to receive hard feedback


Lori Harder

Lori Harder is a proven entrepreneur having built 3 separate seven-figure businesses. She is currently the founder and CEO of Lite Pink, a new lite rosé flavored wine seltzer that helps women connect, collaborate, and celebrate. Lori is a best-selling author of A Tribe Called Bliss and runs a Forbes Top 18 female-led podcast called Earn Your Happy with over 25 million downloads. Her career started in the fitness industry as a former 3X fitness world champion, 11X fitness cover model, and also owned and operated her own gym. This experience quickly transitioned into a passion for business, where she helps women make money and is a leader in personal development. Her proven success led her to create her own online courses, educational entrepreneur events, and became a top earner, alongside her husband, Chris, in network marketing. Lori is the founder of the Bliss Project women’s event where thousands of women from around the world have attended each year for the past nine years. Lori and her husband currently reside in Scottsdale, Arizona with their dog, Bananas.


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