When emailing, most people write a letter and follow up with a second one if the recipient doesn’t respond. When you need to reach someone important and busy, you might what to skip that first email altogether. Here’s why. Continue reading When You Need Someone’s Attention, Skip the First Email and Just Follow Up
Conversation happens quickly, and that can often result in an unexpected error of faux pas. While a slip of the tongue may be more common, email errors happen often as well. If you want to avoid those awkward mistakes, do what I do: ask yourself these five questions before hitting send.
We all make goals with the best of intentions and fail to complete a fair number of them. It’s disappointing in its own right, but also embarrassing when we tell everyone we’re going to get things done and then don’t. You can avoid this problem by considering obstacles during the planning phase. Continue reading Always Anticipate Obstacles When Making Goals