In a recent edition of Entrepreneur Magazine (www.entrepreneur.com), we read that the average worker spends 28 percent of the workweek reading and answering e-mail, according to a study by McKinsey Global Institute. Keeping e-mails brief and to the point can help you reclaim some of this time.
Try limiting your messages to five sentences.
It not only will increase productivity, but also will improve your chances of getting a reply!
Stephanie Vozza goes on to share that your email should answer five simple questions:
*Who are you?
*What do you want?
*Why are you asking me?
*Why should I do what you’re asking?
*What is the next step?
Try this to make your e-mail communication better!