#ThursdayThought – No Time For Context

Tim for context

Have you every had to reiterate an email, voice mail, or even a text in order to convey what you stated in the original message?

It seems that more and more people do not take time to read or understand what we send them.

Which means we have to spend more time going over the message again.

And to make matters worse, we may tend to quote what we wrote before, which makes us sound petty or angry. Or feeling like a jerk.

It seems people don’t read emails past 1st line much anymore. Just like they don’t go through a Google search past the first page (if they scroll down the first search page).

If we each took time to understand the message and the context of what we receive, we could save so much wasted time, and avoid extra frustration.

Take time for context. Read to understand.

Careful reading – and thinking – about what was communicated to us will help break down those communication barriers we complain about.

(image: pixabay/canva)

 

 

About Paul LaRue

My goal - To encourage you to lead & influence others with positive impact.

Posted on November.14.2018, in #thursdaythoughts, Communication, Leadership, Personal Development. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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