Seriously, that is how you interpreted what I said?
... where did all those extra meanings come from? ... I don't remember saying or implying (even remotely) anything like any of that ... and I cannot see how you can interpret that into what I did say, without first making several assumptions, and I don't remember anyone here asking me first anything like: "...hey when you wrote (blah), it made me think you meant (blah), because when you say (blah), I automatically connected (blah) to (blah) ... am I misinterpreting something here"
... all jokes aside, can you see how that might be a good generic process to go through rather than assuming so many things that clearly, I cannot possibly mean???
... at what stage would I approach people with ideas without attaching value to them? why would I do that? ... did I say I was going to do that? ...did I even imply it?
...at what stage did I imply that I would approach them with an arrogant tone of voice or verbalisation of my ideas? ... or to not use tact? ...are you perhaps assuming this just because I am quite confident to say, that I would absolutely leave a business if they behaved like children, unable to accept advice from someone, and on no better basis than because that person is new to the business?? ... and in what way is that arrogant in some negative sense? ... is all arrogance negative in your view? ... perhaps it is arrogant of me to leave like that because I would absolutely not want to dick around with that kind of high school level mentality; but who are you to say I should? ... and why on earth are you leaping to the conclusion that I am going to put my ideas to people in an arrogant manner? ...do you think I automatically assume before I know where someone stands, that they are going to say no for stupid reasons & so I automatically get defensive even before I know the outcome? ... if so, why are you making that assumption? ...where is your information to suggest it is a relevant or reasonable assumption to make?
... all any of you who criticised my points have seen, is text in a box ... text guys, not pictures & diagrams & charts & lengthy explanation of every single nuance of a point made ... is this what you call good communication?
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