2. Cut out excessive details to get a response - Deepstash
2. Cut out excessive details to get a response

2. Cut out excessive details to get a response

Read your email over and take out any superfluous information before you hit send. People who feel a need to tell their life story probably believe their request is on shaky ground in the first place, says Kawasaki. But more information won't get the recipient to take action. "Long emails are either unread or, if they are read, they are unanswered,"

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