As consumers want more convenience and efficiency in their service, I fear that as a society we are losing the personal touch.
Many people spend all day staring at a computer, and are too busy to go out shopping or socializing.
We are becoming increasingly isolated, living off doorstep deliveries and rarely meeting people in person. I am guilty of this just like everyone else. And then it hit me just the other day that I missed going to the cannabis dispensary. The shop has an online order form, and home delivery for all cannabis orders over $200, so I get great prices and convenience. But I miss physically going inside the cannabis shop, talking to the budtenders, and seeing what’s new. The following morning I drove to the cannabis dispensary for the first time in several months. I recognized none of the employees, which was weird because I used to know all the people at the cannabis shop. They had been purchased by a new corporate owner, who had changed the name of the cannabis dispensary and replaced all the employees. That was sort of a bummer, but it didn’t last long because the remodeled cannabis dispensary was much nicer than it used to be. They even had a bargain big for weird and unusual cannabis products. The prices were great, and the selection of premium cannabis strains was amazing, but I was still a little disappointed. The new employees of the cannabis dispensary weren’t very friendly, and none of them seemed to know very much about their weed products.
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