Stop Trying to Sound Smart When You’re Writing

29 November 2016

“Great writing for the sake of great writing is best left to poets and novelists. Great business writing should deliver its content without getting in the way. Invest your energy in choosing words that will inspire the actions you’re looking for and strip away anything that will detract from your core message.” – Liane Davey, Harvard Business Review, October 2016.
Here are some practical business writing tips from Liane Davey, author of You First: Inspire Your Team to Grow Up, Get Along, and Get Stuff Done and a coauthor of Leadership Solutions: The Pathway to Bridge the Leadership Gap.
My favourite is “Eliminate fancy-pants words.” Couldn’t agree more!
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