When Good Enough Is Really Good Enough

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3 Responses

  1. Ruth says:

    Great advice, especially to check if “the intent of the message is clear.” Folks sometimes type so quickly that you receive a text and have no idea what it means. It is a waste of time if you have to ask “what”? This problem can be made worse by “Suri” or other automatic helpers and non-sense texts or emails are sent. This could be a make or break if you are communicating with an potential employer.

  2. Anne says:

    As a communications professional, I’ve worked in a variety of employment situations and learned that it seems “everyone is an editor.” No matter how perfect you may strive to make your copy, there will always be a suggestion or recommendation on how to improve it. So following the points recommended above is good advice, in my opinion.

  3. Karen says:

    Great questions! Good reminders. Made me smile, too. 🙂 (“Will someone get sick or die?”)