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I recently had a conversation with a Starbucks customer support representative who asked me to fill out a questionnaire.

I was a bit apprehensive about taking the test, because I didn’t know how it would go.

The customer service representative told me that the test is designed to determine whether you’re in a “safe space” to speak up, and that my response might reveal too much.

I thought, What’s safe?

And then I looked up what that is.

It’s a word that’s been used to describe a person who is able to safely express their opinions and opinions without fear of reprisal or retaliation.

The question was designed to assess your willingness to use that word in the future, and the answer I got was that the answer was “no.”

I had a little bit of a panic attack, but that didn’t deter me.

After that, I didn (and still don’t) ever think about the word “safe.”

I’m sure many of you have experienced the experience of not being able to speak your mind or not knowing what to say.

The same can happen to you if you don’t understand what you’re being asked to do, or you’re just not sure what you can say.

I know that many Starbucks customers don’t think they need a customer service rep to help them understand how their business works.

But it’s important for customers to know how their support staff can help them, too.

The Starbucks support rep I spoke to was incredibly professional and helpful, and her answers were concise and focused.

She also seemed genuinely interested in what I was going through and wanted to help me learn as much as I could.

There are certain words that customers might be reluctant to use in order to express themselves, so it’s not always easy to communicate your feelings with them.

If you’re having trouble with Starbucks customer care, it’s a good idea to get a professional help.

I can’t stress enough how important it is to understand the potential repercussions of your words.

It’s also important to be aware of the language you use when you’re speaking with Starbucks support staff.

If you’re not comfortable with using words like “you” or “you are,” then the best thing you can do is talk to a different Starbucks customer services representative, as well as with your supervisor.

Starbucks’ customer service representatives are very well trained and will always listen to your questions.

In addition to providing you with the opportunity to express yourself, they’ll also be able to assist you with your problem resolution.

They’re also the ones who will tell you if the issue you have with the company is something they can help with.