The Internet is an interesting place. It allows us to travel throughout the world without ever leaving our home town. It provides ways of building bridges without ever pounding a nail. It opens doors of opportunity to meet people who speak a different language or live under a different set of stars.
Yes, the Internet is an interesting place. Given all of these incredible possibilities to create unlimited growth in life what do most people do? Hide behind a fake moniker.
Expect more fear in the work place:
Many unpleasant things can happen during a recession. Here’s one that I hope you won’t promote nor experience. More fear in the workplace.
During an economic upswing workers become scarce and thus more powerful. This means that the boss must put on kid gloves and make nice with employees.
But during a recession, jobs are scarce and workers lose power. Bosses become more powerful, the gloves come off and fear returns to the work place.
According to one writer in a Detroit newspaper, "Good customer service by companies is a matter of providing a better customer experience and connecting to their customers on a human level."(Seidman, 2007)
you belong to any online communities, and if so, what are they and why
do you find them useful? Online communities are not as easy to form as
you would think, although we all hear about Facebook and MySpace and
Twitter as if it took nothing to build one.
Two days ago I received a FWD to my inbox that I'd received once
before, but deleted it after reading only the first two lines. This
time I read it in full.
A feeling of disgust that I'd deleted the FWD the first time washed
over me. Why didn't I read it and respond to the sender then? If I were
at a party and heard someone actually saying the words written in the
FWD, I would constructively and in love respond to the storyteller. So,
why did I not do that with an email?