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Sending email attachments can clutter your reader's inbox. But if you can’t resist the urge to tie up your emails with attachments, here are a few suggestions for you to make your attachments much more appealing.
We spend a good part of our day interrupting people, and asking them to pay attention to us. Except we’re usually not face-to-face, we’re often sitting at our desks.
And we call that interaction email.
Here's how to think of email as a conversation with your reader.
This week, we begin a series called 10 Quick Tips for Terrific Email
And today is Quick Tip #10 - Begin with the end
Start every email with a reader benefit. The idea you want your reader to remember should be the subject line, and/or the first sentence in your email.
Electronic media have become more personal, and a far more integrated part of our lives. And the way we understand and use technology may influence us more than the messages we get from the technology.
How to practice a few simple nonverbal communication techniques in today's world of virtual meetings and social distancing.
How to use words with intention to help your reader recognize something they'd be able to see, if they were looking in the right place.
Ideas on how communicating kindness, empathy, and compassion create a healthier life – at home and at work.