Listening to Romantic Advice

I’ve been writing Romantic Memo blogs for over 2 years. Maybe you’ve read most of these blogs designed to encourage you to keep romance alive in your relationship?

After reading these Memos for a couple weeks, Hal, shared with me something he’d learned from writing his own weekly emails about marketing.

Robert,” he said, “I’ve learned to keep my sentences short, my paragraphs short, and each blog short. That way people will read it now and not wait ‘till later, which may never come.

Obviously Hal didn’t know the volume of important ideas I had to share. This vital material required 600 or 700 words or more to adequately communicate these brilliant ideas. Besides, people would be so spellbound with the knowledge I imparted, they’d read every long tome.

Fortunately I chose to listen, evaluate and implement Hal’s suggestions. By doing so I learned:

  1. I could share ideas in 300 words or less.
  2. I write (and re-write) more succinctly as each word was precious.
  3. And people keep reading because these Romantic Memo blogs are a quick & easy read.

Listening to suggestions carries into romancing your sweetheart.

Great romances receive ideas and suggestions from others. They want to help you have a great relationship. When you receive this input, you have a choice:

  1. You can thank them for their suggestion but let them know you know best, or
  2. You can listen, evaluate and implement.

When you are open to suggestions, you’ll discover new ways to take your relationship from good to great. Robert

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Helping people grow relationships via romance. Been studying, researching, observing what is romance and how to be romantic since the 90's.
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