Make your messages easier to read, understand
“The problem with communication is the illusion that it has been accomplished.”
— George Bernard Shaw
Shaw was right. After all, publishing, posting and pressing Send isn’t communicating. (Although they often create the illusion of communication.)
To really communicate, we need to ensure that people 1) pay attention to; 2) understand; 3) remember; and 4) act on our messages. Too often, clutter gets in the way.
Here are six ways to make every piece you write easier to read and understand — a sneak peek from my upcoming Cut Through the Clutter Master Class:
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