Written by SuzyQ
Many years ago, I was advised to send the third letter. Not the first or second one I wrote, but the third one I wrote, I could send. I have expanded that wisdom to include the third email.
There is sound rationale behind this practice. By the time you write and rewrite and rewrite yet again, you have calmed down and are able to articulate your message in a more thoughtful manner. It may have more of an impact if we can actually understand what you are trying to say.
A few more hints for a hate –filled missive:
- We have already been told that we didn’t have a gun held to our heads when we signed our agreements, or ordered inventory
- We have been called lazy loosers, and lazy losers. We have been called terrorists, too, so come up with a new bad name to call us. We are bored.
- We have been repeatedly reminded that we didn’t work our businesses enough, or didn’t work them correctly
- We don’t consider ourselves to be negative.
- We also don’t believe that truth is negative. We believe that truth is truth. Neither negative nor positive. Let’s repeat that, truth is truth.
- We talk about our truths. Our experiences in MK. We are not entirely sure how you can argue with that, and we are tired of hearing that our experiences don’t matter.
- If you want to talk money, then scan and attach your tax return to your email. Show us some proof for what you claim. We will block out the names.
- Just a little FYI, some of the icky people on here are on the CD’s you listen to, saw at Seminar, wanted to emulate, were in NIQ, drove a number of company cars, and were in Unit Clubs, and Courts, and went on Top Director trips. (Just a little reminder that you are not messing with consultants who signed their agreements last week.)
- We can out-script you to death and have probably done more recruiting interviews than you have.
- If you weren’t questioning MK, you wouldn’t be on Pink Truth in the first place. It’s incredibly difficult, if not impossible, to click on a link on Google or another search engine accidentally.
- That little wiggly red line under a word? It means that it is misspelled.