Text conversations has become a normal part of almost everyone’s day. Especially in these pandemic times.
During a conversation in my Facebook group, one of the members asked for a few tips on how to keep conversations going – and interesting.
I decided that, instead of writing him a lengthy response, I’d get in my studio and film it for him. (Ok, I’ll be honest. I was gonna be in the studio anyway to shoot my newest online course and I needed a good way to test my setup;).
So here it is, three simple tips to keep text conversations interesting and active:
How many text conversations do you have these days?
If you’re like most of us, the number is fairly high. A lot of us use text both privately and professionally, and it’s quickly becoming as important to master as verbal communication. So don’t estimate the importance of putting some of your effort towards mastering written communication in all its forms.
And while I’m at it, please make sure you work on your spelling and grammar.
I’m a professional writer and a published author, and I still use all kinds of tools to help me write better. My personal favorite is Grammarly (and I use the free version), but take your time to do your own research.