Least important ‘Word’ but used ‘more times’ unnecessarily !
The six most important words: I admit I made a mistake.
The five most important words: You did a good job.
The four most important words: What is your opinion?
The three most important words: If you please.
The two most important words: Thank you.
The one least important word: I.
The word’ I ‘ is one of the shortest words in English Language.The other being ‘ A ‘
Somewhere I read,we use ‘ I ‘ more than 20 times a day, which in turn says more about ‘you’
The other frequently used words are me,my and mine.
Some of the Word Press blog articles contain more of I,my me and mine.
Many Experts & Pundits in Word Press blogosphere, have warned the bloggers not to hammer the readers, to the extent of exhaustion, by talking, more of ‘ I ‘
Is anybody interested in your daily stories in a chronological order ?
And believe me if I say none is interested to know about you and vice versa.
My Apologies for this shock statement.
This is how the society is run.
Should I forget ‘ I ‘ in me ?
I don’t know.
( Ha ha again I & me are used )
How can I ever talk to to you without me starting the dialogue and using the word ‘ I ‘ ?
And what about others ? Society ?
People talk to you only when they need your services.Otherwise no body cares you and better you forget the ‘ I ‘ in you.
You are just a spare part.
Is using ‘ I ‘ frequently a bad idea ?
I am not sure about this statement…..’The more you use…I,me,my,my own good,and mine…the more egoistic you are or may be a kind of excessive self focusing, even a narcissist’.
My guess is people who are superiors in the office culture use it less compared to the people who are inferior in the hierarchy.
In family relationships it is different altogether and ‘ I ‘ is used liberally.
Who speak lot, men or women ?
Any reason why women speak a lot 🤔 ??
Are you the ‘ I ‘ talker ?
How does anybody decide whether they belong to ‘ I ‘ talker or not ?
I don’t know. You can help me.
Thank you. Namaste 🙏🙏🙏
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