A Credit Note

Sometimes, a change in weather (or variables) is a credit note to ‘what you expect’ and ‘what should happen’.

Vinish Garg
Oct 9, 2017 · 1 min read

And we do not redeem it to its full value because we are overloaded with credit notes.

For instance, I see many people around me who are reluctant to (no benefit of doubt to them if they do not know about citing credits) give credit to where it is due (the source of — whether it is a status message on facebook, or an advice that they pass on to someone (as they would flaunt their bow tie)).

As if they earn an interest on this credit note.

As if they can enjoy Februaryisque evenings in August too.

As if they own yet-to-receive texts too.

PS: This is exactly how nature (and forces) repay our courtesy.

And likewise our customers, or relationships, do.

A credit note.

Low Volume Thoughts

Voices that communicate at low volume, for or in context of anything.

Vinish Garg

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A Strategic Story Designer. For right investments in product teams for 360-Perspective on UX and CX. Co-founder Stippi. http://www.vinishgarg.com/

Low Volume Thoughts

Voices that communicate at low volume, for or in context of anything.

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