Can you understand me?

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Let’s face it, some people just don’t listen and it can be very frustrating!

I’m cutting to the chase here,

I was so looking forward to visiting Trek today but that excitement quickly faded.

So we went on a ride today I stayed back to go with the shorter distance because I knew that we were going on a trek factory tour. I purposely went with the slower group because I didn’t want to be exhausted.

By the way, Wisconsin is very hilly. The first hill went ok but by the second hill which was at least an 8% grade my knee popped and someone was trying to tell me that I needed to change gears; I was already in the lowest possible.

And I tried telling this person that I have extra weight I have to pull up and that I was having knee problems. I repeated myself at least 3 times. They Didn’t listen to me and went on about changing gears AGAIN.

By now I was frustrated and about 4 miles in, everyone but me and a group leader were ahead at least a half a mile, I thought this was a no drop ride???????

There were other instances today but I think you all get the point.

If you can’t understand someone please ask them to repeat and don’t assume that you know what they say.

Needless to say I was exhausted when I got back to Trek. Factory tour was ok. Now I just need to figure out if I want to apply there for this position?

4 thoughts on “Can you understand me?

  1. Yernasia Quorelios May 31, 2019 — 11:00 pm

    ◇ I Used to ASS U ME (Making an ASS out of U and Me) that Others “Don’t Listen”…so these days I Apply a Three Strokes Principle to what I Have to Say; if the message hasn’t been received I KNOW!!! the words have been heard and ARE Being Processed hence The Perception of Stubbornness in The Other or Their Silence…it’s Crystal Clear Clarity that We SEE (Soulful Emotional Energy) in Others what We Don’t Like in OurSelves; so I Have Quit Complaining about Anything Other than Complaining

    …◇◇◇…

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  2. There is a reason why we have two ears and one mouth – people tend to forget

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