TopicGuelph Ontario: It's OK - Take your Time

  • Mon 18th Jul 2016 - 9:49am

    When no one is reasonably listening, instructions fall on deaf ears or are subject to misinterpretation. The basics, muchless the nuances, of client requests are often lost. Failure to listen, at any level of an organization, leads to errors, costly re-dos, and unneeded calls backs and emails.In the business world today, Bet Win Formula we value multitasking. With limited resources, people try to do more with their time. Ironically, in an era of texting, smart phones, instant messaging, communication can suffer. With multiple input challenges, we often set the stage to not hear anything clearly. Needless to say, the responses show the lack of true understanding. That lack of understanding screams out "you do not value me enough as client, co-worker, employee, friend, etc. to give me your attention."

    At this point he doesn't trust your motives and is going to misread most of the things that you do. If having his stuff upsets you, put it into a box and hide it somewhere. Or throw it out.When you go to a legit event that you were both invited to such as a wedding, memorial day BBQ, or Birthday party - don't go alone. You might hope that you'll run into one another and start talking like old times but that's a mistake.You need to go with another guy that your ex doesn't know. Go to the party as friends and keep it cordial. Don't pretend to be dating if you're not because it will look fake. It won't matter if you're only friends because your ex now thinks that there's another man in your life.Did he leave his favorite t-shirt at your house? Forget his razor? So What. It's his stuff and if he wants it, he can call you and set up a time to come and get it. Don't call him telling him you have it and want to give it back because he'll see it as an excuse to see him.

  • Fri 4th Dec 2020 - 1:31pm

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