If you want to lead, you need to learn how to communicate (in writing). Here are five simple rules:
- Keep it short.
- Use paragraphs.
- No adjectives or adverbs.
- No more than one sentence per paragraph.
- Say what you want to say, say it, said what you said.
A person’s writing is a window to his brain.
Endless rambling interspersed with exclamation marks, no punctuation and no paragraphs are signs of a muddled mind.
If you want to succeed you need to think clearly. If you can’t write clearly, you’re not thinking clearly.