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1-Minute Strategies: May ’10

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Elevate the clarity of your writing by using the inverted pyramid style that journalists use: Put conclusions first, followed by background. Tell readers within the first two sentences why they should continue reading. Otherwise, they may skip to something else.

Go ahead, give someone a high five or a supportive pat on the back. Moments of human touch carry more weight than you’d think, say researchers. Physical contact can lead to immediate changes in how people think and behave. Example: In one study, students who received a supportive touch on the back or arm from a teacher were nearly twice as likely to volunteer in class as those who did not.

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