Can You Hear Me Now? The Difference That Cell Phones Have Made in the Workplace

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The most important impact on society and the world is the cell phone. Cell phones have actually been one of the primary drivers in productivity improvements. – Fabrice Grinda

Have you ever thought about the role that cell phones play in our daily lives?

They wake us up. They put us to sleep at night with entertaining videos, informative information shared on the internet, and soothing music which we have saved for our use or simply enjoy through an app.

Cell phones also keep us in touch with our workplace and our co-workers.

We use cell phones to start new business ventures, to close business deals, and to grow our business.

We can be in instantaneous contact with an entire business region without having to say a word via means of a work chat room.

Through cell phones, the average worker can effectively communicate with everyone in his company, from his co-worker to his company’s CEO.

Cell phones allow us to share ideas and to grow as a participant in our chosen field of endeavor.

They also help us learn how to communicate with one another.

If your job involves individual sales and customer service, as mine does, effective communication is the key to success.

Whatever product you are selling, your cell phone can provide the information which you need to help you increase your knowledge about that product and thereby increase your sales.

And, of course, when you aren’t working, cellphones are the primary tool through which we can stay in touch and involved with our families and friends.

Why am I such an advocate for cell phones?

It is my job.

And, through the selling of these wonderful tools, I get to make a difference in customer’s lives.

Call or text a client, friend, or family member today. They will be glad to hear from you.

Allen Fitzhugh is the Team Leader for T-ROC at the Walmart Store in Hernando, MS.

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