Good Time

Have you ever planned on calling someone and asked the individual in advance when will it be a good time to call? If yes, you probably asked that question so when you do call the person will have your undivided attention and vice versa. Yet, I’ve learned through the years that everybody doesn’t have the same definition of a “Good Time To Call”. As a result, if either of the following apply, then it’s probably not a good time to tell someone to call you back.

  • Constantly having to respond to someone else in a separate conversation

This is inconsiderate to do, especially if the person asked you in advance for a good time to call and reached out to you during that time frame. Also, whether it’s true or not, this can make the person you’re on the phone with feel like you’re not really wanting to talk to them.

  • Excessive Background Noise

Nobody wants to constantly have to repeat the same thing over to one person. However, when you’re trying to have a conversation with someone over the phone at a place like a game or at a sports bar, this will usually be the case, since there is so many other people either cheering or talking in the background.

What is another not good time to call that you can think of?

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2 thoughts on “Good Time”

  1. Yeah, the key is having balance. It definitely a time and place to text over talking. A good example, if you’re at work or got something simple you want to ask. However, when the conversation gets to a point where we’re going back and forth with long text messages… best to pick up the phone and call or wait and resume the conversation to a time when both sides can talk, since things can often get misinterpreted through text by the receiver often.

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