6 Ways to Stop Being “The Worst Customer Ever”

This guy isn’t doing anything terrible… yet
Me reinventing “air” so I can get a good customer service review.

“In addition to being fellow human beings, they are also consumers in their own down time, and they are looking out for your best interests far more often than you think.”

Can’t we all just get along?
Using space-age technology to keep tire air stable.
Candace didn’t cause your internet outage, so please don’t scream at her.

1. Stop Assuming that A Person’s Job Defines the Entire Person

“I know there are a million people in line behind me, but I have chosen this particular moment to be ridiculously needy and demanding.”

2. Stop Confusing the Employee for the Corporation

3. Stop Adopting Such an Adversarial Attitude

“I agree with you, sir. Socks SHOULD come in threes in case you lose one…”
“You do know that this uniform shirt doesn’t mean that I have sworn a blood oath to this company, right?”

5. Stop Trying to Be the Exception to Everything

6. Stop Acting Like Your Patronage is a Special Personal Gift

“I come here all the time, and you’re not willing to make an exception to every policy for me?! Rude!”

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