The TIS NewsLetter – Are you able to invoke reaction ?

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Thoughts – 

So you have time available, what do you think is the best utilization of it and this available time must not be from your time, a truly spare time once you have taken care of yourself.

What would you do? Give it back to society. For our personal growth, it’s essential that our ecosystem also grows. Will share details about this in my next post.

Ideas – 

Post-COVID 19, the world has changed and the biggest change is how we communicate. In our offices, face to face meetings have been replaced with video conferences and the majority of it has gone to emails.

The old email continues to be the most powerful tool of communication and I don’t think its replaceable. While in a face to face meetings, you can invoke reaction through expression but how would you do it over an email. I am sure you don’t want your email to get into the trash.

Words can be powerful but equally powerful is the usage of keywords that invokes reaction or gets the reader interested.

Three statements in the email about your personal experience of food in a restaurant;

  1. Hey, I had this great food and I am drooling over it – Minimal or no reaction
  2. Hey, I had this great food with a perfect ambiance at this restaurant – Reaction expected to know more about the restaurant
  3. Hey, I had this amazing food at this amazing restaurant and they offered a 50% discount – Reaction is likely to be invoked

Suggestion – 

In the last weekly newsletter, I spoke on the efforts to manage time as an idea to invoke thoughts, follow the same principle to manage money, and this a suggestion and not a thought-provoking idea.  Money matters are personal, you may have another brilliant idea to manage it and we would love to know. Follow the money trail, the saving will through.
Bonus QOTW

Our actions entrench the power of the light on this planet. Every positive thought we pass between us makes room for more light. And if we do more than think, then our actions clear the path for even more light. That is why forgiveness and compassion must become more important principles in public life. – John Lewis

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