Re: About Debates and Respect

Subject: Re: About Debates and Respect
From: "Amy Probst" <amy -at- amyprobst -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 16 Nov 2000 09:47:54 -0600

<In the same time we, as skilled communicators, should know that "how" you say it is important.>

I think that a really good writer is so because his thoughts and feelings come across almost three-dimensionally in his writing; like a download of what's in his mind directly into the reader's.

SO, I think it is in this way that some of our really talented list members' sometimes condescending attitudes shine through so clearly. It's not the communicator's skill that we'd benefit with a change in, but his attitude. (Maybe a quick walk around the office to use up a little of the energy created by some dolt-ish post before responding would help).

An office trotter myself,
Amy Probst
Detroit :)

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