boring memo

Admit it:  your memos are boring.  And because they can barely stay away through an entire memo, you aren’t getting your message across.   They aren’t listening.

I have a million ideas about adding levity and humor to your workplace communications, but very few of them are as easy as this one:  Baby Mail.   Got something important to say?  Want them to actually listen?   Try communicating it with BabyMail.  I love this communication tool for a bunch of reasons.

  • They will actually listen to it.  Carefully.
  • They will end up sharing it w/ their teammates and talking about it.   (Do they do this with YOUR memos.)
  • It demonstrates that you have a personality and sense of humor — even if you don’t.
  • It forces you to communicate your message in 20 seconds.  Come on…you can do it.  That’s all they have time for anyway.

Here’s a sample:

Brad On Baby Mail

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Brad Montgomery

Motivational Speaker, Funny Humorist, Humor in the Workplace Keynotes, Fan of Baby Mail

2 replies
  1. key to happiness
    key to happiness says:

    You are right on that Brad. Memos are very tiring. Based from my experience, I used to send out memos to my teammates but after a while I got tired since on top of sending memos, I still have to follow-up on them. You really have a good suggestion here. Thanks!

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