Ignorance and Confidence
Mark Twain was wonderfully witty. And, super smart. He said he was the first author to use a typewriter. Which may have been true but, then, he was a fiction writer. Always telling stories.
But, this quote (“All you need is ignorance and confidence and the success is sure.”) is so funny because it seems to be straightforward. These are the attributes you need for success.
Then, you look closer at those attributes.
Confidence? Sure. But, ignorance? Huh?
In communicating in text with people, maybe it is best not to know the difficulties you will sometimes face. Maybe, Mark Twain is saying you need confidence and blind faith. Or, maybe, you simply need to be stupid enough to try something.
In truth, no-one can afford to be ignorant. More than that, no-one can afford to be anything other than fully confident.
And, that combination is mentally demanding on anyone. It’s very hard to keep that up day-after-day.
So, imagine what a change MercurySaysPersonal can bring.
Once you submit your incoming message to MercurySaysPersonal for analysis, you cannot be ignorant. In fact, MercurySaysPersonal instantly gives you more insight than the smartest human.
Your level of confidence is no longer an issue, either. Why? Because, MercurySaysPersonal gives you all the insight you need to nurture and protect your relationships: family, friends, and work colleagues.
If I could rewrite Mark Twain’s quote, I’d say: “All you need is MercurySaysPersonal and success is assured.”
So, let’s banish ignorance about communication forever. And, let’s ensure your confidence levels don’t matter one way or the other. MercurySaysPersonal will support you as you strive for success because it is working for you.