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Common sense

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Common sense

In life and living simply knowing when to say, share, pause, or even stop is an art of mindful living.
Just as you may know to seize an opportunity. Sometimes even good relationships are lost because of sharing unsolicited advice & information.
So it is important to see subtle indifference to glaring signs of disinterest and change this way of dealing with people especially with customers.

 

Pesky Habit of Pushing Forwards.

On the subject of Forwards especially through WhatsApp, all of us may have been having this kind of meaningless forwards come our way from acquaintances. Some of them sharing every kind of isms there is! So here are words that need to be said. From a customer
To all who share endless forwards
A checkpoint in goodwill.
Every WhatsApp forward can be disturbing or distracting for another no matter the content.
Please remember to think twice before polluting an already crowded cyberspace.
There is enough knowledge out there to find if one wants to, anything at all!
In business, sometimes clients are lost because of these unsolicited shares. If you find that a client is not responding to your share by acknowledging it, then please discontinue bombarding them with your forwards every day.
Perhaps it will help save you a client. πŸ˜‡Instead, how about being creative and enterprising instead? Why not write a blog, express and share your heart away. Those who identify will always check in. And you would be only happier for you will feel it’s worth your while.
At least you will have it all together in one place.

Have you had experiences of endless forwards coming your way?
How do you manage it?
Do you feel overwhelmed or even delete it without opening it?
Do you feel bombarded with all kinds of unsolicited forwards every time? Do share your views on this.

Savvy

Author: Savvy Raj

Dance Educator, Writer, Artist, Designer, Wellness Mentor & Consultant

9 thoughts on “Common sense

  1. Amazing keep it up πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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  2. So true….forwards are so irritating…fortunately I don’t have frnds who send forwards and I am not part of social groups online …so saved of the efforts of deleting messages ..
    Yes one can always find ways to share ..through blogs and all…
    God bless you

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    • Good for you Krish… More than friends often quite a few forwards come in through acquaintances who unknowingly forward without bothering whether it actually has any relevance to the ones they are sending.
      Thank you for your response and perspective KrishπŸ™πŸΌ . Have a good weekend. πŸ™‚

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  3. Love it! Yes I seldom appreciate the forwards sent me. I screen them and mostly ignore them. πŸ˜‰

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