Always Consider the Source

"Distinguish the wanted from the unwanted, the valuable from the relatively valueless." Before you forward... Before you take info at it's face value... Before you assume legitimacy... From the "forward to all your friends" e-mails, to chain letters with commendable topics, to even the Continue reading

Explicitness in Your E-mails

ex·plic·it –adjective fully and clearly expressed or demonstrated; leaving nothing merely implied; unequivocal: explicit instructions; explicit language. clearly developed or formulated: explicit knowledge; explicit belief. definite and unreserved in expression; outspoken: He was quite Continue reading

There is No “I” in Courtesy

When those who disagree with me on the concept of E-mail Etiquette send me an e-mail, there is always an abundance of "I"s. For example: "I prefer to..." "I think it is up to me..." "I do what I want when..." "I do it because..." "I think you are a..." News Flash!! Courtesy and manners Continue reading