So, my company is small. I’m basically the Jim and the Pam of my office: answering phones and making sales. Now, every time I make a sale, I am required to ring a bell. The theory here being that bell-ringing is a great reward. That I yearn to make clanging noises at all times. This is incorrect but fine. The problem is that I work in a convent, and to the rest of the office building, it’s difficult to distinguish the “Rachel made a sale” bell and the “calling all nuns to prayer” bell. Make a sale, ring a bell, get a chorus of “are we praying?” Everytime a bell rings, a nun gets confused.