Email is a convenient way to communicate and keep track of your conversations, but some emails are much more effective than others. Consider some of the bad email habits you might have developed over the past ten or twenty years. Correct those habits and optimize your emails to convey your messages more clearly and effectively.

  • Craft subject lines that tell your recipients what they’re getting and help them stay organized
  • Structure your emails for clarity and avoid losing your reader’s interest or wasting their time
  • Use attachments to clean up your emails and avoid having information lost, ignored, or overlooked