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Apr 14, 2004 12:14 am Posting Exersize
Sue

See the reason I asked for clarification is because, how I post, how I speak on the phone, how I do a coaching session are all totally different forms of communication for me.

I had this same chat with someone just today! About how people come across or the impression we may make through a post ... I do find, just for me, if I hurry through making a post and I am not clear ... I'll be misunderstood. That happened to me once here myself. (Hi Steve! :) and I felt pretty badly. I've made myself aware of this ever since. Which is a good rule of thumb. To start at the beginning.

If I may, I do notice that in posts, I do it myself from time to time, there are times where an individual will go through and address the topic that catches their eye. Thus we have all of these great opinions flying back and forth and it certainly broadens perspectives.

I think it is a good idea to put the original post, or a portion thereof, into a response. Sometimes with all of the responses flying back and forth one can get lost.

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