X for Xs and dots #AtoZChallenge

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  1. Great post for the letter X!
    It does make sense. Sometimes we get stuck dealing with people we’d rather not associate with, and learning how to do that well is important. You could probably write a short book about it and sell it.

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  2. Soumya says:

    We spoke about it and it makes so much sense as I read it now ๐Ÿ™‚
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  3. Donna Smith says:

    It may work in business for a while, I guess, but it isn’t a good way to be honest with people and make friends. It’s “using” people, and knowing only the “right” people. Not my style. I have encountered people who “cross you off their list” before getting to know you. Their loss.
    I’m afraid more people see through this than you would expect. I know when I am being used.
    Donna Smith
    Mainely Write
    XSELNT

  4. Bellybytes says:

    Sorry Parul this has gone over my head.

  5. Roma says:

    I liked this crosses and dots approach buddy and it’s a great way of sailing smooth at work.

  6. Makes perfect sense! In professional life as well as life!:)

  7. Shilpa Garg says:

    Makes sense. I have a colleague whom I actually want to Cross but have to keep her as a dot. SIGH

  8. Natasha Sinha says:

    Makes sense yes, thank you for the dos Parul :)))))

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  9. Hmmmm interesting way to deal with this Parul! I think I would find it very difficult to praise a person I am irritated with or dislike – tough one for me!!
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  10. You’re making perfect sense. I work in such a small company, though. All four of us are equally important, so x’s and dots wouldn’t work for me. But I can see how it would work in a larger work group.

    An Xt Called Stanley

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