Your Intended Message

Email and other forms of communicative texts are some of the most widely used tools in business relations today. In fact, experts estimate that we compose and read an average of 50-60 emails in a day. This means that misleading, poorly written, ineffective, or unclear emails and other kinds of communication texts can lead to significant losses in terms of time, productivity, and in some cases even reputation. As a result, it is essential that we learn how to use these tools in the most effective manner.

How can you make sure your intended message gets across through email and other text communication?


As means of means of communication, emails and other forms of text can only be effective when they are relevant. What this means is that even though one may apply these tools when need be, that does mean that they should be used in all situations. Before you start typing up an email or text memo, ask yourself whether the message you are conveying could be transmitted much more effectively through either a phone call or face-to-face meet.

The point you are trying to convey must coincide with the means you are doing it. For instance, why take time writing an email to say only a few sentences, when you can easily do it on the phone. Emails are generally when you are trying to convey information that may be sued for reference later, or for items that cannot be explained via the phone in cases where one is not around.


Before composing any kind of email or text message, it is always a good idea that you first think about what you want the information to convey and to whom. This is one of the best ways to make it as effective as possible.

For starters, try to organize your thoughts using a logical sequence before jotting anything down. Aside from making your message effective, such a move will also help you to avoid writing any inappropriate content.


The emails or communication texts one sends out usually reflect their level of professionalism or lack thereof. Remember, there is typically a higher chance of some of sort of miscommunication occurring when sending emails, since whatever one writes will not be accompanied by gestures, facial expressions, or body language. This means that the reader can easily misinterpret your words. As a result, always try your best to choose words carefully, place punctuations where need be, and capitalize where necessary so that the intended tone of your email or text comes out clearly.


Emails, or any other sort of communication texts for that matter, should always be grammatically correct and be free of misspelt words. This is because if the reader cannot comprehend what you have written, then it is more than likely they will fail to the put the information to good use, thereby making the message ineffective. Another point you should also keep in mind is that an email or text message filled with dozens of spelling mistakes will make you seem incompetent.

The best thing you can do is review any email or text you write before hitting the send button to ensure the grammar is correct and that there are no spelling mistakes. Remember, any information you convey must give off the impression that you are professional and know what you are saying.




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