Email And Text Communication Essay

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Email/Text Problems
I have a hard time understanding why there are so many issues with text/email telecommunications. Email and text message are commonly used tools for communication both professionally and personally. I would like to discuss some common issues I have encountered these types of communication. Poorly written emails that use all capital letter is very frustrating to me as the receiver. It is perceived as rude and some may feel that you are shouting at them. It is also very difficult to read text that is in all capital letters. It is important to refrain from this, especially in business correspondence, as rudeness or shouting should not be how your emails are perceived.
Emoticons and abbreviations should be used sparingly or
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People do not want to scroll through a lengthy email that requests something in the last sentence. Direct and to the point emails are best in professional environments. If lengthy information needs to be shared, use an attachment or direct recipient to web document for additional info. Our company uses a share point for storing data and we can reference this when someone needs to review data.

Proper Testing of Blood Sugar Levels Being a diabetic requires an individual to monitor their blood sugar on a consistent basis. If you have diabetes, self-testing your blood sugar (blood glucose) can be an important tool in managing your treatment plan and preventing long-term complications of diabetes. You can test your blood sugar at home with a portable electronic device (glucose meter) that measures sugar level in a small drop of your blood. It is important for patients/caregiver to collect the sample appropriately to ensure accurate readings. Inaccurate readings can result in improper dosing of insulin or oral medications, which can result in illness or possible death. Checking your blood sugar is a simple process:
1. Wash your hands or clean your finger with alcohol.
2. Prick your finger with the lancet
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I found this speaker be very informative and entertaining in his talk, regarding being happy at work. His presentation content was stated clearly and it was evident that “happiness and optimism actually fuel performance and achievement”, was the message the speaker was trying to convey to the audience.
The speaker was dressed appropriately in a suit and dress shirt. He appeared to be extremely confident, relaxed and likeable which was evidenced by the interaction from the audience. Audience was engaged and laughed throughout the presentation. He showed appropriate enthusiasm throughout his talk, interjecting humor and personal stories to further engage the audience. He maintained good posture and eye contact with the audience. He moved around the stage and used appropriate hand gestures. He was well spoken, he pronounced and enunciated his words accurately. During the talk, he used appropriate gestures, tone, volume and delivery rate for the most part. However, there were a few times that he spoke very fast and it was difficult for me to keep up with

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