Phone Etiquette

People when they speak on the phone, do so in a way very different from when you talk face to face. The phone is impersonal. No eye contact, or opportunity to express with gestures what you mean. This puts an excessive burden in his voice to bring the message to the other end of the line. First of all consider the typical tone with which you answer a phone call: high, moderate, or mild. Which best describes you not has almost no importance, provided your vocal quality is nice. Is ready.

A high voice that suggests vigor and health is generally expressed in a seductive tone but a voice high, dotted with irritation, impatience, or with sharp or high-pitched screams is, surely a sign of stopping for a positive telephone conversation. The rapidity in the greeting to lift the handset is also important. A quick read as if you were barking is almost equivalent as saying: what they want? This applies also to the simple salutation and Protocol Yes? or who speaks? Much more attractive is a soft, slow and full of heat greeting as if it were a greeting front. After this the topic of their conversation will depend on who is the person you are talking to (a stranger, a friend or a lover). It also depends on the nature of the topic. Suppose that you want to meet with a group of friends. What technique used in their conversation to make it not look a supplication or persuasion? For the friend that you are not interested in nothing more than food, you should tell him, something like: Incidentally, Alfredo, among the things that I think to serve is your lobster filled with favorite. His friend Carlos, which has a very intense social life, can not resist the temptation to attend if he tells him: they will come more than half a dozen girls very cute and modern and I think that you are the only man I know, able to serve them.