• Angela Connor

Give people something to ‘consider’

If you think you have the answer on how others should act, what they should say or do, or how they should conduct their business, I suggest presenting it as a consideration.

A consideration is much more palatable than a directive. It’s softer, seemingly helpful and can actually put what you’re suggesting into the considered set.

I saw a post today telling readers to use this time to build relationships, not revenue. That’s a lot of directing that would be appreciated more as a suggestion, or something to simply ‘consider.’

We know people are losing jobs, income and loved ones. There’s a lot of loss happening right now, during a time no one has ever experienced. Relationships over revenue may not be a directive many can begin to afford right now.

Consider that.

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