This morning I implored writers to be concise. Communications can be information rich and still brief. Be succinct; say what you mean and no more, but don’t forget to be emotive, and to tell a good story.
Excuse the mess, I'm redeveloping the site and my services, and some things are a bit broken. HTML, CSS, BLM.
Wedge looks back at the loving relationship he had with his credit cards, and regrets that he got into bed with so many of them. The good news is, the pain from the break-ups is nearly over.
Your stakeholders can trap your comms in endless review cycles, unless you demonstrate your expertise.
People are not 'distracted from relationships by their phones' - they are developing relationships through space and time using technology that suits them. Stop telling people to get off their phones when at the same time you expect 100% availability coz 'flexible working in the digital workplace'.
Careful what you do with this information!