A Communication Gap
This controversial subject is one that we've been wanting to touch base on for quite some time. Do you ever notice that the majority of people are far more interested in texting and online networking? In many ways, Todd and I have to remind ourselves that too much is...simply too much. It happens in this world of increased technology, and of great importance to create our own limitations.
While technology continues to provide it's remarkable benefits, a vast amount of marketing advantages, and brings purpose to family far away...there are disadvantages that create a sociable gap. This gap extends into our children and grandchildren in many formats; such as too many video games, TV Shows, and even cell phones at at early age. Even some restaurants have electronic devices at the tables and require cell phone paging to be seated.
Ultimately, we are missing out on the sociable aspects of face to face communication with one another, our children, and within business marketing. There is no replacement for showing up in person, a phone call, and to disconnect momentarily. Both have endless benefits that make the difference between "Social Media vs. Sociable." When you give an equal balance to both, it's amazing how quick that communication gap closes.
"Rather than counting the number of likes, count the memories in your life, because at the end of the day, that’s all that matters."
"What Will Your Primary Form Of Communication Be?"
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Editorial & Marketing Assistant of TMPP