The Issa Asad Do's and Don’ts of Cell Phone Etiquette

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The Issa Asad Do's and Don’ts of Cell Phone Etiquette

We probably value our cell phones way too much. We conduct most of our business on them; we do a great deal of research on then, including where to take our girlfriends/boyfriends for lunch or dinner; we take all those selfies on them and when all is said and done, if we have a little time left over, then we call our family and friends on them. With all this going on, there is one simple and fundamental fact that many of us tend to overlook: cell phone etiquette. This article will explain the Issa Asad do’s and don’ts of cell phone etiquette.

As an industry veteran, Issa Asad knows all about cell phone etiquette, both the good and bad side of it. Issa Asad is a telecom and technology entrepreneur with over 15 years of experience in the South Florida and Miami, Florida area. He is a social media expert and also the owner of Issa Asad Phone. Currently, Issa Asad also runs Q Link Wireless, LLC, and Quadrant Holdings, LLC, located in Dania, Florida.

There are simple things that almost all of us instinctively know not to do when it comes to using our cell phones. For example, you know not to talk in someone's face when you are on your phone (we often have the good sense to walk away or at the very least, stick to our own personal space). We also know not to have our cell phones on speaker when in the elevator or a similarly enclosed space with strangers around and so on.

That being said, here are a few cell phone habits that you may not think twice about, but viewed as exceptionally unacceptable in an otherwise civilized world.

The Issa Asad Do's and Don’ts of Cell Phone Etiquette

Do pay attention to the rest of the world when on your cell phone. It is understandable that we will get engrossed or jailed in whatever it is we are discussing with the person on the other end of the call. But that does not mean that you have to completely shut off everything else around you. If you are in a public place or on the road, walk over to somewhere secluded and somewhere out of the way so you can finish your call.

Do not yell into your cell phone. Yes, sometimes you might be having a more than 'cordial' conversation with the person on the other side. Maybe they are breaking up with you or telling you how they do not have the money they owe you - whatever the situation, it is no reason to subject the rest of the world to your projected vulgarity and loud mannered anger!

Do mind universal 'quite zones'. These include places like the library, the church, a funeral, board meetings and those pesky daughter dance recitals.

Do filter your language. Just because you curse does not mean that everyone is okay with that language. Public places are just that - public places. Try to be universally friendly and apply some PG rating to the language you use while on your phone.

These are seemingly simply rules but you will be surprised at how often people break them. Try to not be that person who breaks them often.

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