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 No.2755

I got a job fundraising for autism

 No.2757

Mostly just zoomed out while playing Civ V during the training call tehe

 No.2758

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Does autism really need fundraising? It seems to be growing on its own pretty well

 No.2759

>>2758
That's only because they keep expanding the definition in testing. People like Lionel Messi and Dan Aykroyd are considered autistic now

 No.2760

I think changing ass-burgers to autism was a good idea,

 No.2761

It's eventually gonna get to the point where anyone introverted with sensory issues is gonna get the ASD label

 No.2762

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 No.2763

>>2757
please don't copy Bankmanfried

 No.2764


 No.2765

>>2758
Its so they can go to summer camp

 No.2766

Yeah those are good terms to use
>>2762
>"Ask" not "Axe"
Hehehehehe literal textbook metathesis
>>2764
Keep the call moving and do not interrupt would seem to contradict each other at a glance but I suppose it's a matter of timing

 No.2767

Axe is one of my least-favorite words in the english language because of "cute" people try to be with

 No.2768

>>2766
i think the advice is about getting the person to maintain similar behavior but do it less, that way it becomes more socially acceptable.

 No.2769

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>>2758
Please give me your tax mo- I mean please donate I have autism.

 No.2770

>>2769
It's weird to think that the Peter's Pence drive during the "get your tax deductible money sent out" season means the US inadvernently sends a lot of solid currency to the Vatican City

 No.2772

>>2766
There are some people who just keep going forever, but most will regularly give you a turn. You can use that to cut their meandering thoughts short with a concise summary of what they're trying to say and forcibly move on to the next point. When you handle the same conversations over and over again you get a feel for how they're structured and can progress them faster. I tried speedrunning calls on a help desk and cut my average call time to under 5 minutes before I got in trouble for being too efficient and went back to letting people talk for as long as they wanted because I was paid by the hour.

 No.2773

>>2772
customer service rather than customer help

 No.2774

>>2773
Calling it customer service is misleading because it makes it sound like you're giving customers blowjobs when really you're just changing their passwords.

 No.2775

>>2774
so many things not to say in response




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