Email Writing Tips 3 – Follow a logical Order

OK, so you are now starting your messages with your main point. Now what? Simply prioritize the remaining sentences in your message—from the eyes of the reader, not yours. After asking your coworker for help on a non-urgent project, you may be tempted to give a ‘deadline’ next. But instead, you should actually type in the ‘reason’ to get their cooperation first. Each of the 7 email formats, from Requests to Goodwill, has different logic steps or logic flows. Apply them, and you will be considered more professional.