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Thanks For Telling Me You’re Not A Professional


Robby

I’ve got a bone to pick with you. That’s right, YOU, the person who I think might not be a professional. I didn’t want to single you out like this, but I’ve tried everything else.

I know you’re not a professional because you don’t get back to me, not even to say “no thank you.” I email you, I call you, I reach out to you.

Perhaps I want to offer help, ideas, advice, feedback. Perhaps you’ve asked me for this information, and my response seems to fall on deaf ears.

Perhaps I am trying to answer your questions. Or maybe I’d like to become a customer. You know, the person who gives you money? If you never provide confirmation that you got my message, how do I know you still exist?

Sure, I know you’re busy. We’re all busy. But if you don’t tell me that you at least hear what I’m saying, you communicate that I’m not important. That’s unprofessional.

So, please respond. Even if your response is “Thanks, but no thanks.”

I am looking forward to hearing from you, no matter what you have to say.

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About the Blogger: Robby Slaughter is a productivity speaker and expert. He is a principal with a AccelaWork, an Indianapolis consulting firm.

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