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Subject:Re: Geez, I take a break... From:wordsync -at- swbell -dot- net To:"TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com> Date:Wed, 13 Feb 2002 16:07:08 -0700
>From Rose Wilcox: "In all cases, I keep in mind these principles:
1) I bring value to any project I am on. I keep current with the thinking
about style, language, tools, etc. I act as an advocate of the user or
2) I recognize the values and goals of my clients and co-workers, which
not be the same as mine."
Well said, Rose. I agree with everything you said--are we kin or
something? :) In all our relationships, it is good to keep in mind the
communication style of whatever person we are working with. You sound very
diplomatic. Thanks for the response.
wordsync -at- swbell -dot- net
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