The first two are light and easy, I’ll begin with “quit telling everyone you are miserable,” when it’s laggy and you can’t move, guess what? Everyone is typically having similar issues and when you constantly mention it to everyone who will listen, they begin to think you’ve missed a little training somewhere. Make the best of the situation and move on, this show too shall pass. If you choose keep up that type of prattle, people won’t want to walk in shows with you anymore. Another one, “don’t tell lies” is always important. If you did something wrong and get caught, tell the truth, because the nasty thing about lies is they are perpetuating and it’s exhausting to have to keep finding that fake face and putting it back on. And the third. The most important one, also the one I hope the heckler reads and writes to heart.
In life, and in work, never speak or behave out of rage or revenge. Why? Easy, I call it my “It’s a Small World” theory. When you backstab people, or in this case front stab, it is aimed to hurt the recipient but the sad part it’s typically the stabber who gets hurt. In all honesty, your really just humiliating and embarrassing yourself because that type of behavior tends to come back to bite you on the arse. How do I figure? I’m glad you asked! It’s because it’s truly is a small world. And you may not particularly like this model, but I reckon maybe one day you will want to work for someone they work for. Oh wait, you already burned that bridge, didn’t you? Or just maybe, one of the people you want to work for sees or hears about it and it causes them to reconsider or form and opinion of you. Now that’s the caviar in the lesson plan isn’t it? Surely everyone learns in training, whether for a real life job or a Second Life one, networking is the key. And your network is only as strong as your weakest link. And if you run around grabbing what you think is a strong key link and discarding others who may or may not be (yet) strong links, well, you’re going to end up with some pretty shoddy workmanship at the end. Of course, if that’s what you were going for, I’d say good job. But, that’s just my wooden nickels worth, take it for what it means to you. I know, I’m “retired” so probably not a lot.