Your thoughts on emails and well-crafted messages had me thinking. Today, I receive more and more emails written entirely in small letters (of course, now we call it lowercase), without any punctuation whatsoever. Sometimes it's difficult to gauge where one sentence ends, and another one begins. When I point this out to my friends and colleagues, they tell me that ...
Couldn’t agreed more, doing what required first, not only will it allow us to demonstrate that we understand the task, the answer to what we required to do first could be the ‘blueprint’ which we could build on to let us deliver our best! Is a process to help us deliver the best. Is a win win situation.
If it really is a good innovation, I don't want to JUDGE it - I just want it! And so do all my friends... ...or at least those with the right sense of taste.
If it's good, it sneaks in under the radar of the critic and lands at the top of the "must have" list. It just about sells ...
When I got a Walkman for my Bar Mitzvah, I spent hours trying to figure out where the Record button was hidden, and what combination of buttons would make the thing record.
Who needs an MP3 player?
My cellphone plays music, and lets me record.