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Power up your correspondence by reading it aloud before sending it.
You're the only one who really knows what you want. So ask for it. That’s the lesson Mackenzie Dawson learned at her first job as an entry-level newspaper writer. She longed to write feature-length stories.
Earn people’s trust by asking them to describe their activities, using simple who, what, why, when and how questions.
"Your article, ‘Manage your emotions at work,’ really shocked me because of its gender-driven nature and stereotype of women crying when men just get mad. "
Strike “It has come to my attention” from your correspondence.