RECEIVING & SHARING- Was previously shared as RECEIVING at fawnsfall.wordpress.com. Here the information shared there will be divided into smaller sections.
#1- RECEIVING & SHARING- PLEASE SHARE IF IT’S GOOD FOR YOU
Some may suffer a feeling of not receiving, I hope that the following information can give you useful valuable help, while the hearts above help those with small devices to see what my black shadowed picture hides from people with small devices too. That’s at least until I have my 3 computers that are fiddlenfarten fixed…
HAVE YOU EVER MISSED WHAT ANOTHER WORKED TO GIVE YOU, BUT YOU DIDN’T APPRECIATE ENOUGH TO RECEIVE?
I know I have, and I hurt others it’s hoped my apologies here are found by them. And it’s hoped others will find that receiving isn’t as often physical as it is useful. DO YOU FEEL like no one ever gives to you? Do you feel like no one has ever cared enough to try and give to you? Narrowing down the reasons for feeling like you’ve not received when you have, comes down to who you are. Is it because what you’ve received isn’t necessarily physical or considered valuable to you when it was received.
Sometimes memory is a factor, at other times value is a factor, and there may even be other factors that you can share.
How often have your family forgiven you for a mistake or damage you’ve caused to them or their stuff? How many times were you given a suggestion that in life was so beneficial for you to have, like “I always count money back to people in reverse, smallest amount first.” (A great person, trying to give to this blog author.
VALUES FOUND & BEING SHARED as a CASHIER
Why was this so good for any cashier?
Because with a very busy day, lots of people, and lots of money is being cared for, counting back to a customer shares respect for them and your work, on top of giving you more ability to handle cash responsibly. A person with a $123.43 bill who hands a cashier $150.00 should receive $26.57 in change. If, you count money, while talking through the altered amounts, back in reverse, smallest amount first, a person handling money is more likely to be accurate and will be caring for their customers.
Please remember, for any cashier, counting the coins back can also be good. Especially with small kids or individuals that don’t know our U.S. money, but remember others can appreciate that also. PLEASE try to care for your customer’s time, so that when you’re so busy the customers that could be angry with every second they wait are reassured they won’t wait worthlessly, this means speaking at a speed that doesn’t delay the transaction, it is often useful to practice.
So how does Rhapsodie’s customer get their $26.57 back? Her other conversation with them pauses for a bit, as she works returning change and she says, as suggested to her, and using our example from above, based on what the facts are, [SITUATION REMINDER– A person with a $123.43 bill who hands a cashier $150.00 should receive $26.57 in change.]:
-Rhapsodie’s 1st, less preferred, cashiering count back option-
“Your change is $26.57, out of $150.00″. Then with handing the customer all of the change, of two pennies & one nickle (or 7 pennies) and two quarters (or 5 dimes) saying the partial exchange total ” 57 “, followed by handing them the $1.00 bill, and adding ” one 57 “, (this is implying dollars and cents, but American cashiers normally don’t say that because cash is in hand, like with this example detailing with a count back ‘one dollar 57 cents’ in the midst of a count back is normally silly, but some people do because of their jobs or reasons) then adding a $5.00 bill saying, ” six 57 is your change…” continuing to interchange with customer as is good.
Or for more detailing there’s . . .
- #1- RECEIVING & SHARING (R&S)- PLEASE SHARE IF IT’S GOOD FOR YOU
- #2- R&S- RHAPSODIE’S 2ND PREFERRED CASHIERING COUNT BACK OPTION
- #3- R&S- VALUING OUR RECEIVING