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Adweek once estimated that the average person processes about 285 pieces of online content every day on social media, which roughly translates to an eye-popping 54,000 words. Or, the size of an average novel for those of you still into books. In order to not drive your co-workers crazy with information overload, if you use certain words in your correspondence you need to eliminate them…


Very few things can ruin your reputation at work faster than poor business writing skills. A poorly worded email, memo or business document will stick with the writer a very long time. Luckily, your writing skills can be improved just by brushing up on vocabulary, grammar and spelling. The following list of words are some that are misused often at work whether they use it…


  Language and writing skills are critical to success in business. And grammar mistakes are easy to make—especially where pronouns are concerned. Here are some easy tricks to help you consider how to choose the right pronoun.   Myself What’s wrong with this sentence? Please let Arman, Milton or myself know if you cannot attend the meeting. To determine correct usage, eliminate the other people…


  The most basic form of business writing is the report. The purpose of the report is closer to true journalism than any other form of business writing: Its function is to relate raw data. Reports may be academic documents and, generally speaking, should be academic in tone. In a true report, you will not come to a judgment or make a recommendation. The purpose…


Easy rules will help you determine whether you need a comma, semicolon or colon.   Commas Use the comma to separate independent clauses joined by a conjunction. The coordinating conjunctions are but, and, so, for, nor, yet and or. Place the comma before the conjunction. I needed to talk to the boss, but she was in a meeting. Use the comma to set off the…


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