Are you making this biggest business writing mistake?

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You might be surprised …

I came across a fellow once, let’s call him Johnny Know-It-All, an utter bore, who never recognised it himself.

Typically he’d start off by giving his views on everybody else’s remarks. He would laugh and make jokes, but nobody laughed at them except himself.

As the evening wore on, he would make long speeches about subjects that he knew little about, not letting others get a word in. His monologues were like one long lecture.

He dominated the entire evening, play-acting, provoking people, doing anything to gain attention to himself.

When he consumed alcohol, and this was most of the time, he would become even more stupid, aggressive, and obnoxious. He poured out buckets of verbal garbage. He needed to be the centre of attraction all the time.

Do you see where this is leading?

Does it give you any hint of what many fail to do in their business writing?

If it doesn’t, you could be in some sort of trouble, making the same mistake over and over.?

If you recognise what it is, and you are doing it but don’t know how to avoid it, send me an email, and perhaps I can steer you in the right direction.

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