Whenever you send or reply to an email, always change or update the subject line.
Source: "The Attention Deficit Workplace" by Mitch Thrower
Contributed by: Mitch
Momentary expressions of emotion, no matter how harsh, can be forgiven and forgotten; after the storm the business can get right back on track.
We shouldn’t let our emotions stand in the way of resolving differences.
In a work environment, conflict shines a negative reflection on you and your pitch.
People pay attention to, and prefer to work with, people who get along.
The easiest way to get a venture capitalist out of his bunker is to ask for help on a project, not ask for money.
Use the subject field as your instruction manual for emails you send to others in your business or in your life.
In any attention-deficit environment, we witness experiences condensed into sound bites.
Try thinking of your memory as a digital videotape that has been running in your mind since birth.
What others remember about our behavior is often edited. What we remember about ourselves and others is similarly self-edited.
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