Sabrina Carpenter is the all-rounder IT girl! She sings, writes, acts, can dance – she does it all. Plus, she’s a true inspiration. Whether it’s her music, fashion, or dedication to the various talents she’s turned into careers. There are so many ways she inspires us personally. But, she also inspires us professionally! The emails i can’t send album got us thinking about how we’re always in a cycle of work emails. So, we’re presenting some professional ways to sign off your emails inspired by songs on Sabrina’s emails i cant send!
POV: your boss has asked you to take on extra work that exceeds limits, but you have a ticket to see Sabrina Carpenter in concert tonight. You need to respectfully decline. But what’s the best way to do this? As always, the song ‘Fast Times’ by Sabrina Carpenter is stuck in your head. Ultimately, the song is a reminder to embrace life to the fullest by living in the moment without worrying about future consequences. Inspired by this song’s message, we’d recommend responding: “Given this week’s fast-paced nature, my schedule is packed today. Therefore I will not be able to complete this task before the end of the day. I will have it sent to you at the next opportunity.”
‘Bad for Business’
We know having the emails i can’t send album on repeat is not bad for business. In reality, we are inspired by it! ‘Bad for Business’ is a song about being consumed by love where it occupies all your time and energy. At The Honey POP! we’re all about a good work-life balance. If you’re seeking to spend more time with someone who is “good for your heart” whilst also excelling in business, it’s time to turn to Sabrina for inspiration. We’d suggest something like: “I’m happy to take on this task and will complete it at the next convenience due to current commitments.” If Sabrina can work hard and live her best life, so can we!
‘Nonsense’ captures the feeling of anxiety around a significant other and within the track, Sabrina describes herself losing control and blabbering incoherently. This is common in the workplace too. Word vomit is real! Perhaps you have a presentation coming up. Maybe it’s your first time taking on a certain role. Therefore, we’re turning to Sabrina to find a coherent way to articulate ourselves after a bit of blabbering. In this situation, we’d suggest signing off your email with the following: “If you have any additional questions or need further clarification, please don’t hesitate to reach out. And if you have any further ideas, please share – nothing is nonsense!”
‘Read your Mind’
‘Read your Mind’ delves into the challenge of deciphering someone else’s thoughts whilst also dealing with your own indecisiveness. We’ve all experienced those moments when a task is assigned with minimal explanation, and we’re not quite sure what to do. A more lighthearted approach would be, “I haven’t quite mastered the art of reading minds. Can you please provide some extra clarification so I can ensure I’m on the right track?”
Music is all about being inspired, both personally and professionally. These emails you can definitely send! How would you sign off an email based on a song from the emails i can’t send album by Sabrina Carpenter? Let us know your thoughts in the comments, or tweet us @thehoneypop!