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E-mail is frequently written quickly and often poorly. The tips
that follow should help you to write e-mail that will be well
received every time.
1. Pay attention to punctuation, spelling, grammar and capitals.
how ofen do yoo receeve e-mail ritten like this!!!!!
Many e-mail messages contain poor spelling and grammar,
incorrect use of capital letters and/or poor punctuation.
Such messages look amateurish and inevitably produce a poor
impression of the sender.
2. Read the previous tip again.
Seriously, I can't overstate just how important it is to
write well. The standard of contemporary writing is quite
poor -- both on the Internet and in general use. It's easy to
find errors in most written sources. Stand out from the
crowd. Write well.
3. Your subject line should be descriptive.
Many people get dozens (or even hundreds) of e-mail messages
per day, and with so much of it being spam (i.e. unsolicited
sales messages), your message may be deleted unread if the
subject line makes it look unimportant or spamish.
Another reason to make your subject clear is to help the
recipient find it later. Many people archive months -- or
even years -- worth of e-mail. A clear subject line will make
your message easier to find.
4. Use short paragraphs and leave lines between them.
On-screen text is harder to read than printed text due to its
lower resolution. You can make things easier for your readers
by using short, clearly separated paragraphs.
You'll notice that all of the paragraphs in this article are
fairly short (typically, four or five lines) and are
separated by blank lines for clarity. You might also care to
indent the text on the first line of each paragraph.
5. Tidy up all those ">" characters.
When replying to a message (or forwarding it), most e-mail
programs put a ">" character in front of each line of the
original text, like so:
> This is the text of the original
> message that you are replying to.
Your reply goes here.
This happens each time the message is replied to (or
forwarded). The result is that some messages end up with many
">" characters at the start of each line. This causes the
line length to increase, and the text can wrap awkwardly and
become difficult to read. For example:
> > > > This is the text of the
> > > > message that you are
> > > >
If you receive a message like this, don't just forward it on.
Do everyone a favour and spend a few minutes tidying it up.
6. Don't send unsolicited attachments.
That three megabyte movie file may be the funniest thing
you've seen for a long time, but don't automatically send it
to everyone to know. Ask them first if they want to receive
it. Many folks still receive their e-mail via modem, and at
three or four kilobytes per second, your three megabyte file
is going to lock up their Internet connection for quarter of
an hour or so. Be polite and ask first.
7. Ensure that your PC is protected against viruses.
Unless you take suitable precautions (like regularly
downloading the latest definition file for your antivirus
software), you run the risk of your machine becoming virus
infected. Far worse, you run the risk of unknowingly sending
virus-infected e-mail messages to everyone in your address
book. This is not a way to win friends.
8. Don't type in ALL CAPITALS
There are two reasons for this. First, text in all capitals
is harder to read. Second, typing in all capitals is
considered a faux pas by most Internet users, and doing so
may see your message ignored.
9. Thou shalt not spam!
It doesn't matter how good a deal you've got. It doesn't
matter that you're just going to do it once. It doesn't
matter that everyone else is doing it. That doesn't make it
right for _you_ to do it. Don't send spam.
10. Wait a while before sending your message.
Proofreading your own work is a risky business. I'm a writer
and proofreader by profession, but mistakes still manage to
slip through in my own writing. The best strategy I know of
is to put my writing aside for a while then look at it
afresh. It's amazing what will often just leap out at you.
So if you have the time, wait an hour -- or even just ten
minutes -- before you press the "send" button. This will let
you read your message again and, hopefully, spot any typos
or other weaknesses before it goes out.
Armed with these ten tips, your e-mail should be well received
every time. Good luck!
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Today's Motivational Reading
from 'You Were Born Rich' by Bob Proctor
Money Is Important
One of the most prevalent misconceptions concerning money,
relates to its importance. For example, how many times have
you heard people say in conversation, "Money isn't everything."
or "Money isn't important." or "I don't care about money."
Well, the people who say these things might not care about money,
but I'll bet their car dealer cares about it; their grocer does;
and so does the person who holds their mortgage. In truth, there
can be no denial of the fact that money is important to any person
living in a civilized society. Therefore, to argue that it is not
as important as this or that, is absurd. For nothing can take
the place of money in the arena in which it is used!
Money Is A Servant
Now that I have affirmed the importance of money, let me
backtrack to add this one word of caution- always remember,
money is a servant; you are the master. Be very careful not
to reverse that equation, because many people of high
intelligence have already done so, to their great detriment.
Unfortunately, many of these poor souls loved money and used
people, which violated one of the most basic laws governing
true financial success. You should always love people and use
money, rather than the reverse!
Another myth many people like to accept about money is that
it only comes as a result of "luck" or "good fortune." For
instance, whenever people gather to talk about someone they
know who has been financially successful, there is always
someone among them who will say, "Harry was just lucky," or
"Harry was just in the right place at the right time." But
I want to assure you in no uncertain terms, that although
"luck" obviously plays some part in financial success, it is
never sufficient in and of itself. Money is an effect and it
must always be earned. Believe me, there are no free rides
in this life and the only people who are making money the easy
way either work in the mint or are on their way to jail,
if they have not already arrived there. Therefore, always
bear in mind that while "good fortune" is a factor in financial
success, it must always be coupled with effort and hard work!
The seven letters of the word PASSION represent the initials of
seven essential principles of management:
* PROFIT: Maximise sales and minimise expenses; instead of
pursuing profit, let profit follow you. A person who can manage
a great business is a person who can bring profit to the
customer. Profit is not to be chased. By continuously maximising
your revenue and minimising your expenses, you must let profit
naturally follow your effort. In other words, profit is the
result of your continuous endeavour.
*AMBITION: Nurture your ambition continuously until it
penetrates into your subconscious mind. To succeed, we must have
a desire so strong that it reaches and permeates our
subconscious minds. A mere dream of what you want is not
adequate. Instead, cultivate a desire so strong and a vision so
clear that they become a part of your subconscious mind. Such
true ambitions should have specific and noble goals, causes, and
* SINCERITY: Think about the other party in all your business
transactions; aim for a win-win situation. Make your client
happy. There can be no long-term business success in which only
one party benefits and the others suffer. A successful
entrepreneur must create harmony through sincerity and a deeply
held love of other human beings. Sincerity binds the
listener/reader to the speaker/writer.
* STRENGTH: True strength is courage; never act in a cowardly
manner. It takes courage to do the right thing. Self-sacrifice
is the price every leader should be willing to pay. Us leaders
must be courageous and righteous. We must not merely preach work
ethics and the rules of the workplace - we are called to set a
living moral example for every person.
Always remember: The team is a mirror that reflects its leader!
* INNOVATION: Use your individual creativity to create 'cani',
constant and never-ending improvement. Unless we actively
challenge ourselves in new fields, the future will be bleak for
business and society in general.
I tell people that we have to be somewhat fanatical in order to
accomplish anything really worthwhile. Your passion must be
all-consuming. Passion is the energy of a person who knowingly
attempts to overcome a seemingly insurmountable barrier. Fiery
zeal, tremendous will-power, determination, and tenacity are all
sources of energy for breaking through a barrier. This energy is
the necessary factor in overcoming any challenge, and been a bit
fanatical is the state in which you are filled with this
* OPTIMISM: Always maintain a positive, cheerful disposition;
have a pure mind that is filled with hopes and dreams. Conceive
optimistically; plan pessimistically; and execute optimistically.
Realize that being an entrepreneur requires relentless
determination, effort, and a willingness to face countless risks
Do not allow challenges to make you negative, pessimistic, or
cynical in your views.
Remind yourself daily that a cheerful disposition invites
success. It is difficult for any nihilist, cynic, or pessimist
to become successful in a positive endeavour.
A clear vision produces tremendous confidence, fortifies your
will to work hard, motivates others, and leads them to success.
* NEVER GIVE UP: Success lies in a person's willingness to make
relentless, step-by-step efforts, even on mundane tasks. This
may sound simplistic, but the person who continues working more
earnestly than anyone else will always achieve success.
Aim at a goal that is so far away it makes you wonder whether
your "daily steps" make any difference at all - but let those
Remember that even the greatest accomplishments are nothing more
than the accumulation of small, seemingly trivial tasks. There
is no valid shortcuts to long-term success.
Keep one firm conviction in your heart at all times: You have
not failed until you stop trying.
In closing please do not consider this article a sermon by a
preacher. Rather, I hope that you will ponder upon the
principles I have shared and consider using them to develop your
own life and business into something even more wonderful than
they now are.
*************************** David Batchelor
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is more talent and ability
than you will ever use in one lifetime.
Your gift to God
is to develop and utilize
as much of that talent and ability
as you can, in this lifetime."