How To Deflate Those Inflated Phrases

We receive many emails every day. We are bombarded with adverts, proposals, requests and reports. Why do we respond to some and ignore others?

As I have said before, I ignore messages that are full of meaningless rambling words and phrases. I also cannot take anyone seriously if their writing is littered with errors in spelling and grammar. I respond to those that are courteous, catch my attention, and ask me a simple question.

Simplicity is the magical ingredient in communicating. Have a look at these examples.

How many of these mistakes do you make every day?

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If you want a response to your written communications, you need to learn how to structure your writing. It should be clear, easily understood, and concise.

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This article has 3 comments

  1. Maria Dolores Garcia G.

    excelent help!!

  2. Calvyn Gilfellan

    Less is more – aptly illustrated in your piece. Even if I remember half of them, I would be better off. Thanks.

  3. Tenzin Kalsang

    Very helpful in improving english language skills.

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