How to Write Office Memos that Won’t Incite Mass Panic

The most important thing I’ve learned about professional writing, especially when addressing a large number of people, is that you can’t just say the thing that you need to say. You also need to say all the things that you’re not saying. In fact, most of your messaging needs to be focused on what will not happen, what won’t change, and which plans and people won’t be impacted.

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Sam Cook

Sam Cook

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Former writer for Tested.com and Geek.com, currently a technology professional, teacher, and father. I write about whatever is on my mind.