Technically Speaking

Rex Dixon – Professional BlogCaster

Please Use Common Sense

Posted by rexdixon on September 15, 2006

On another web site that I am on there was a comment regarding sharing sex, religion, and personal information with your business customers. I think this pretty much is a common sense thing, but let’s take a moment to go over the rules again. 

Religion – Don’t discuss this with a client unless you are in the business of RELIGION!

Politics – Don’t discuss this with a customer unless you are in the business of POLITICS!

Sex – Don’t discuss this with a client unless you are in the business of SEX!

Personal InformationLiving under a rock? Have you not heard of IDENTITY THEFT? Don’t share what you don’t need too. Share only what you need to release to conduct business, period.   I believe these are simple rules to follow. They are common sense; Technically Speaking.  

****** For the Weekend ****** 

If you listened to my podcast from yesterday, you know there will be no podcast tonight through about next Monday due to personal outside commitments. That doesn’t stop you from sending your comments in via e-mail or leaving a comment for me.   Surfing this weekend?

Check these great places out: 

Business Golf (the blog) – Scot Duke’s Business Golf blog.

Crazy, but that’s how it goes.. – The 9/14/2006 podcast sponsor.

How To Play Business Golf – The book written by Scot Duke

Innovative Business Golf – Scot Duke’s site

JennSellsMO blog
St. Louis, MO real estate agent’s blog

Jenn Kexel Real Estate Agent
St. Louis, MO real estate agent

Photograph The Planet – Great site, growing by leaps and bounds!

radiusIM – Web IM with map’s – Rex Dixon IM’s from here only!

Techcrunch – Professional Blogger

Web Worker Daily – Rebooting The Workforce 

If you haven’t had the chance to check out the podcast’s from this week – the weekend is a good time to catch up on that. 

20 Questions with Rex Dixon — the podcast hosting URL – all the podcast’s are there – Have a great weekend, back again Sunday/Monday timeframe.

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