Good Morning World!Today’s topic: The art of conversation

Broke Kitty Beauty

Well technically it’s 1pm here in PEI but for the majority of people I know it’s only 9am on a Friday. So good morning my people! How are ya this fine day? What are you plans? Where is your life taking you today? I wanna know! It helps keep me a part of everything and staying connected. Wanna talk? Great! Message me, email me or text me and we’ll face time to have a conversation. Speaking of conversation when was the last time you had one? Like an actually deep conversation filled with passion, personality and a little bit of arguement? I can tell you this. I haven’t had one in a about 4 weeks now because I don’t know people here. But I shouldn’t be letting that stop me. I just had an english test on summarizing where I had to read an essay and then create a summary…

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Providing customer service in the native language of your clients

Once you:

understand the importance of multilingual customer service and speaking your clients’ language. The next steps would be figuring out your plan of action – do you need to have a team that ensures customer service in 20+ languages 24/7? Or is Google Translate good enough to translate some of your incoming customer emails?