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Is nnyone else finding it to be more and more challenging to convey simple information?
12-11-2018, 10:14 AM #1
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
Are you finding it more difficult for people to get what you are saying even when the conversation is basic?

For example, I've made a ton of short videos where folks can see how I use my new invention. The videos also show and explain how to hold it and where to hold it. The Machine starts with your garden variety fidget spinner.

Despite the visuals and the audio explanations, people are repeatedly asking me how to use the spinning unit which is fidget spinner with ceramics attached.

I showed a friend one of the newer models while eating lunch. She saw the thing on the table sitting in front of her for 30 minutes. It has a white ceramic rings on both sides of the unit. Tonight on the phone she couldn't figure out what I was referring to when I talked about the white rings. She said she couldn't picture it even though she keeps asking me about getting one (for free.)

She has held and spun the units.

Meanwhile she was very impressed with the way it looks and she wants one. So it's not as if she wasn't paying attention to what the units look like.
12-11-2018, 06:18 PM #2
Octo Mother Superior
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People's attention span has dropped dramatically and the generation that has grown up with the internet now starts to have kids. I can say it's a changed world out there.

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12-11-2018, 10:27 PM #3
Meh Member
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What simple information are you trying to convey?
12-11-2018, 11:53 PM #4
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
(1 hour ago)Meh Wrote:  What simple information are you trying to convey?

First, there are the people who see my videos of me using my converted fidget spinners who then ask how to use them. It's not complicated! It's a transformed fidget spinner and I'm holding it next to my face up and down like a tire rolling towards me! I At the same time, I say "Hold it vertically like a tire rolling towards you. If it's not bumping you from time to time, it's too far away."

But they watch the video and claim they don't understand how to use it.

My friend got a three pronged version of my product mixed up with a round one. The earlier 3-pronged Machines had tiny thin, super lightweight, gold-colored disks attached. The new Machine uses heavy thick white rings. The two different Machines look nothing alike. It's like being able to tell the difference between a white horse and a black cow.

She also thought I have used product. She knows the products are made when ordered out of brand new material. There are no used products here except for my personal Machine that I carry with me and some factory seconds. The factory seconds are not used. They are new and not offered for sale.

We have even discussed how she would not want a factory second because of the arthritis in her hands.
12-12-2018, 10:38 AM #5
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Well, I suppose so but could you tell me how to use the spinning unit, you know, the fidget spinner with the ceramics attached? That is what this is, right?
12-12-2018, 02:04 PM #6
Strigoi Diavolul
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blink.gif Ceramic? I have a lot of that in the bathroom.

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12-12-2018, 09:08 PM #7
Me? Incognito Anonymous
 
(7 hours ago)Strigoi Wrote:  blink.gif Ceramic? I have a lot of that in the bathroom.

If it's zirconia ceramic,, it'll give you some measure of protection, especially if the sink or shower water is running. IDK whether the other ceramics, such as what is found in bathrooms have the same properties. They probably do to some extent.

So here is what you can do. Glue a fidget spinner to the wall and spin the wall. It should be extremely powerful!

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12-15-2018, 10:26 AM #8
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(12-12-2018, 11:08 AM)Me? Wrote:  
(12-12-2018, 04:04 AM)Strigoi Wrote:  blink.gif Ceramic? I have a lot of that in the bathroom.

If it's zirconia ceramic,, it'll give you some measure of protection, especially if the sink or shower water is running. IDK whether the other ceramics, such as what is found in bathrooms have the same properties. They probably do to some extent.

So here is what you can do. Glue a fidget spinner to the wall and spin the wall. It should be extremely powerful!  

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All I have to do to get that effect is sniff the glue. Why waste it on a fidget spinner? Not to mention the labor involved.



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