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Omit Needless Words, Keep It Simply Short...

Published on 9/26/2015
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We all want to succeed overnight; that, when prospecting we get so caught-up and give too much information to every prospect we come in contact with.

 

“Omit needless words. Vigorous writing is concise. A sentence should contain no unnecessary words, a paragraph no unnecessary sentences, for the same reason that a drawing should have no unnecessary lines and a machine no unnecessary parts.” ~ William Strunk, Jr.

 

When writing articles, we tend to be wordy giving many details; my belief is that if one gets to the point early, he or she would not have to give a great deal of explanation.

 

Keeping presentations of any opportunity simply short is recommended, for; one wouldn’t lose the interest of his or her prospect early, consequently, resulting to a 'No' to become a business partner or customer.

 

I’m inclined to skip lengthy articles because occasionally I have to reread some passages to get the gist of what’s been said. Therefore, I write my articles as short as possible because I know others have the same thoughts...

 

Pastors - once you get the point of your message across to your congregation, you don’t have to keep repeating yourself... 

 

"I'll keep it short. Family, religion, friendship ... these are the three demons you must slay if you wish to succeed in business." ~ Matt Groening

 

Blessings and Massive Success in all your endeavors!

 

Grateful and Victorious Velma 

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