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@Ricardo - being accessible means you are listening ;-) That was a good word choice.

@CK - thank you. Something done with passion and gusto yields results. I once had a teacher who was so soft spoken (yet so amazing) that you could hardly hear a peep in class. He had this talent of seeming to talk just to you - each one of us felt that. You bet everyone was paying attention.

Why would we shout at people we wish to engage?

Excellent, excellent post, graphic, metaphor and, most important, message.

Thank you, Valeria. For teaching us how to communicate (said ever so softly over a fine glass of Chianti).

I know you don't need me to say this (I mean c'mon you're the Conversation Agent) but you are so dead on with this post.

As much as people write "how to's" on social media I think this is one of the finer points that fails to get mentioned.

Now being accessible across various forms of social media isn't necessarily shouting...

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