A Little Birdie Told Me…Posted: January 2, 2017
I am not a twitter fan. I told my daughter this a long time ago and I will tell anyone who wants to “tweet” to just keep their opinion to themselves. I find it to not only complicate a situation but gets too many opinions involved. There is so much drama surrounding a tweet that the real issue seems to get lost in the side drama issues . No one can have a solid, good, conversation with limited characters.
If you want to “tell” someone something, talk to them directly. Lay out your argument or your news and give the person the opportunity to talk to you directly about what you are saying. That’s a conversation and somehow I think that does not seem to be happening as often as it should these days. Now, if you really don’t want to answer someone questioning you, then maybe tweeting it is a good way to speak. Unfortunately, it can make you appear uneducated.
If tweeting is your thing, there should be some basic rules. You should:
- Always have a disclaimer of contents on the bottom
- Check your spelling
- Check your grammar
- Realize it never gets fully deleted
- Not everyone cares or many will criticize it
Here’s the Thing…. Talking to people is hard. They may not always want to hear about what you are saying cause sometimes, no one really cares what you think. Also, having a conversation, articulating what you really mean is not always an easy thing to do. It takes thought, it takes poise and it takes you to actually stand in front of your audience.
I get it, it is good for some things such as; telling me that there has been an emergency but beyond that…. Have a courier deliver it to me.