It would appear that the purpose of the landline—especially one with a number still listed in the phonebook—is to answer robo-calls

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We “old folks” pay too much for this basic lifeline, considering the kind of abuse it gets from robo-callers who never add our names to the Do Not Call list, despite their promises. But we still think it is worth it to be able to call out in an emergency.

Understanding how others perceive you and how you impact others has a positive effect on relationships and emotional intelligence, meanwhile you are also better at taking constructive criticism because chances are, you already know what feedback is coming

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Knowledge is power and the more you know about yourself, the more streamlined you can live your life and make informed decisions that lead to an increase in both productivity and happiness.

If you want to be seen AND paid attention to then keep it short and simple

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An argument is not over until we’re grateful that it happened

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1. Enter an argument with good faith. You have reasons. You have concerns. So does your partner. Be clear. You don’t want to hurt the other person or make the other person feel badly in any way. You want to find a better way forward, together.

2. Don’t attack. It is so easy to let frustration, disappointment, and anger shoot out of us in sniping words intended to sting and provoke. We can’t help it. But the reason we can’t, when we can’t, has less to do with the issue and more with those intangible needs listed above.

3. Be honest. By the time an argument happens, resentment and frustration may have been accumulating for days, weeks, months, even years. Don’t let the resentment snowball. Do yourself and your partner a favor and ask for what you need – not because you’ll get it immediately, but because you’re going to start deceiving yourself and your partner if you’re not honest about it.

It’s tempting to fear that sharing your feelings may provoke your partner into a fight. And it happens. But the reason it happens is not because you shared your feelings, it’s because your partner has feelings to share as well.

4. Leave space for the other to move toward you. Any argument happens because people on both sides care. A person who doesn’t care has no reason to fight. And care is inherently dynamic. Care wants to move to where it is needed. The key, then, is to create space for what the other cares about – listen – and let that care evolve in response to where you are.

5. Be willing to move yourself. You can be right, completely right, 100% right, and still need to move, to listen, to honor, and to respond. Be ready to move because you care about something more than the fact that you are right.

When you argue in these ways, something shifts: an argument becomes an opportunity to learn more about how to be a better and happier partner. It is an opportunity to learn about where you and your partner each feel vulnerable. Insecure. Uncertain. Where we are less than we want ourselves to be.

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

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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?