Generalize The Feedback You Receive
When you get feedback, try to generalize it. Extend the feedback to the next degree you can think of, and think about integrating the fix there.
If you are a manager and someone tells you they are confused by what the priority is, rather than just answering the question, take that as feedback that you are not communicating priority and direction clearly enough.
If you receive a comment on your pull request someone doesn’t understand what you are doing, don’t just answer the question, make the code clearer or add comments.
If someone reviews your document and asks questions about it, clarify the document and reintegrate the answers to these questions in the doc.
If you receive 3 production bugs in a row in some product or feature you are building, don’t just fix the bugs, fix the quality issue in your process.
Don’t just fix the erroneous outcome, fix the system, generalize feedback.