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 5 words you should NEVER use in emails

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5 words you should NEVER use in emails

Whereas in years gone by, workers may have hunched over a typewriter for the majority of the workday, piling all of the information that a colleague or a client may need into a single sheet of paper, which would then have a laborious journey of potentially hundreds of miles before the information could then be absorbed and responded to in the same fashion.

We now spend a massive amount of our work hours (in fact, 28% according to research conducted by Mckinsey & Company) incessantly staring at, sorting through, reading and writing work emails.

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