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Everything communicates, the clock you give as well...

by CHRISTINA HOBENER on January 15, 2020

Behind everything we do there are countless messages . If you stop to think about it, that's great because it allows you, and others, to say something without having to say it.

Or not?

If you have doubts, think about the occasions that someone gives red roses. Who gives them to?

Right. To your partner (or your prospect if they never became something else).

Understanding this, it is easy for us to stop to think about the details of what they give us or give us: color, size, price, material, etc.

For example, if you think about the material of a gift, there are notable differences that make you think of one thing or another.

Imagine that Juan gives Maria a plant one meter high in a plastic container filled with colored sand. The peculiarity of this plant is that it is artificial.

Yes, it is very bright, it is easily cleaned, it lasts longer in time, but it is artificial.

Now Juan, who saw the face of Mary whose expression was of feigned joy (the classic that many put on when they receive, for example, socks), decides to change the strategy and buy a natural plant.

Ah, how nice it is.

Its smell is natural, its brightness too and the energy it gives is different.

It is that life emanates and the tranquility of knowing that not only will it grow, but that when it withers, it will serve as fertilizer for other plants.

I wish all the products we use had these characteristics that, precisely, have sustainable watches .

While it is true that the tradition of gift giving was associated rather with luxury, it is also true that we live in a society that relaxes these standards in pursuit of a more sustainable world.

This, surely, is what drives us to use ingenuity and creativity to design new options that not only benefit us, but also take care of the only habitable planet we know to date.

Of course, taking care of a fundamental element that you will know next.


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