"Change is inevitable. Your strength and ability lies in adapting and assimilating as much as you can and delivering according to the changed needs", went on the management guru.
The company had arranged a management class for us. And this exceptional talk was I the post lunch session. Dozing off was not possible because it was a small room and there were only about ten of us from the creative division.
“ We are in the service industry and we can survive only if we meet the customer’s demands. Customer satisfaction is a must”, he droned on.
I was just thinking the type of writing that is expected of us sometimes and how we dread to stoop to that standards. But the next day at office, everyone was game to giving it a try- to change.
So we decided to make a change in our spoken English first and then carry it forward to our written English.
Espresso: let’s in the do.
Latte: yes yes
Cappucino: Change is in the us
Myself :My head is in the circle
Myself: My head is in the circle
Cappucino leans over to read something on my desktop and: She is in circle and Iam in the runs
Latte(giggling): Sheesh. You in the go there.
Espresso: Me going meeting moron
Myself: me the thirsty
Suze floats in. “Is that interface ready?”, she asks
We blink. We don’t understand.
She asks again.
She hasn’t changed. The management class has not affected her.
“Tell me when it is ready” and drifts off again
Cappuccino looks at the time, “ Oh no. I see butt of bus”
Myself offers, “ Iam the droppings”
And then corrects, “ Iam in the dropping”
What do you suggest? Is change good?