Relationships + Work Ethics = Harmony
"The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place."
"Invest in those who invest in you," might sound forthright at first, yet it's an embodiment of my work ethos, not brusqueness.
Experience taught me that unswerving, laser-focused pursuit of goals fosters growth in this pragmatic realm. The irony isn't lost on me – I navigate the Social Media Marketing domain while realizing its energy-draining nature.
My personal life remains detached from the social whirlwind – no Instagram, WhatsApp, or Facebook. Balancing personal and professional realms remains paramount, even if it casts me as the "tough" one. Perhaps pigeon messengers are the next step?
But this is how I operate. I cherish the subtle, unspoken efforts in collaborations. Reaching me through calls, texts, or emails can feel like orchestrating a symphony. My only vice is Signal. As Helen Keller wittily remarked, "The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched – they must be felt with the heart."
The label of a Signal enthusiast clings to me – friends even use it on account of my persuasion! Reciprocating, I invest myself wholeheartedly in connections. My standards might seem unwavering, yet beneath lies a core of genuine intent.
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Here's hoping the world grasps this. As George Bernard Shaw quipped, "The single biggest problem in communication is the illusion that it has taken place."