When someone asks you for a quote, you want to be able to say, “Oh, I’d be interested in that.”
But when someone says something really stupid, or asks you to explain something to them, you don’t want to say it in a way that sounds dumb, or that you’d be able for them to understand.
That’s because the way that you’re saying something can influence the way they think, or what they think you’d say.
I’ve found myself saying things that have made me think, “Wait, you mean like ‘If I’m honest, I would like to do this?'”
That makes me feel less honest.
And that’s not something I want to do.
So what should you say when someone asks for a link, and you don?
Here are a few of the things that you should say when they ask you to link to their post:1.
I can’t wait to read your comment.
If you have something important to share with the world, you’ll want to share it now.2.
If I know you, I’ll read your comments and take the time to read them.3.
If it’s really important to you, you probably don’t need my opinion on it.
It’s really irrelevant.4.
I’m sure you know what you’re talking about, so you won’t get upset if I tell you that I don’t think this is the best way to write about it.5.
I know that you want this to be the best possible way to share this post, so I’ll be willing to discuss it with you.6.
I just wanted to share something that I found interesting about this subreddit.
I would love to hear about it, if you have time.
If not, feel free to leave me a comment.
I hope this helps.
It really does.
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