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Don't Anesthetize Your Colleagues with Bad Writing

Harvard Business Review

It seems obvious that you shouldn't put your audience to sleep, doesn't it? And remember what George Washington said when questioned about the fallen cherry tree: not "It was accomplished by utilizing a small, sharp-edged implement," but "I used my little hatchet.". It should also be obvious to people who deliver dull presentations or talk in circles at dinner parties — but consider how many boring speakers you've had to endure.

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