I struggle a lot with writing emails. My emails are too long; I cc: too many people; and it is too hard to figure out what the point of the email is.
Recently, to combat that, I’ve been drafting my emails and editing them later before I send them. This is a little bit like my theory for essays when I was college freshman except I’m not finishing the emails at 4:30 am and proofreading them in 5 minutes before I leave for my 9 am class.
What am I trying to fix in those emails? I’m taking my advice from the Harvard Business Review’s website, and I think that you should, too: How to Make Sure Your Emails Give the Right Impression by Shani Harmon