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WHO is “you and me“… first? It is utterly impossible – to stick everyone in a – box!
There’s a communication gap between my Korean mother and me. I’ve been making it as obvious as the nose on your face!
There is one between virtually everyone and I can prove it, but I don’t have to – just look around see all the problems. It doesn’t take a rocket scientist or AI to figure that out.
Have you ever heard the guy doing the presentation on robots called AI? I’ve forgotten their names, and not wasting my time looking them up. One is a little Einstein whose jaw clicks. Anyway, the presenter has the personality of a stick.
Call me THE computer, but I can’t get it to understand me, and resort to asking my phone! The new Siri has no voice recognition capability with me – at all.
This new Siri sucks so bad – I’m going to run my own test on both my laptop and phone – using my Korean mother.
It disappears while I’m still contemplating things creatively too. I find myself using it less and less.
It’s probably for the best. (Truth be known.)
Then again, my phone is more convenient, but it’s so jammed with preloaded apps unawares, it’s not updated – so Susan Bennett is still on it – and CAN understand me!
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Technology has lost touch with classic marketing, communications, human behavior… it’s so “virtual” in their minds and imaginations, they’ve literally lost touch with human beings.
When giving presentations, what I found most interesting is… some organizations don’t even do what they robotically say! I highly doubt they know what soft skills truly or virtually are…
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©IM Infusion Musings a casual peer level life coach with an extensive professional business background too. My style is to guide and write to you impromptu, personally, and help you smile. I’ve been known for years to make the tough stuff in life really clear, lift burdens, and help make life appear more simple – or less complex – to understand. Understanding brings you a sense peace.
How? Why? (Still waters run very deep.)
I grew up living my life – focused on listening intently to (communicating with) my Korean mother – translating and explaining the minutia of seemingly everything. Sometimes her words were the wrong ones – totally, and I knew what she meant – exactly. I was the only one in the family who knew what she meant with precision.
Writing like this is more homey or cozy to me. It allows me time to set my mind aside, and share it in this world.
Errors and all.
Mainly my mother, and father – via my Creator – using nature vs nurture formed my unique mind. Being born in petri dish of incredible, unimaginable, diversity helps tremendously with inherently understanding and sensing, interwoven intricacies in communications, and in the most difficult relationships. (Including the one with your “self“.)
My Korean mother reared me as child to think globally and about others first, founded upon a culture of respect. It’s definitely flawed culturally for women around the world. It’s also a common theme that’s WAY out of balance.