We’ve all done it — sent an email to people we didn’t intend to send it to. There’s nothing quite like that sinking feeling just after you hit “send” and realize you’ve definitely copied in the wrong people. Despite being told time and again to always, always, always check the to, cc, and bcc fields, it’s a very common occurrence. Mind you, we bet your email catastrophe wasn’t as bad as some of these zingers.
Sometimes it can be tough being an employee, and it can be even tougher being an employee’s boss. We all have to deal with a tremendous amount at work—demanding customers, arcane processes, constant distraction, new policies and more leave us feeling exhausted. Spare a kind thought then for your boss. They have to deal with all that, run their teams, keep their people happy, and experience the joy of people management.
Every business thrives or fails based on its relationship with its clients. Treat clients and customers with respect and they’ll shout your name from the rooftops, recommend you to family and friends, and give you a big virtual hug in the form of more sales. Treat them poorly and you’ll have a bad time. The internet moves faster than the speed of thought, and you could see any negative relationships with consumers played out online—and no-one wants that.
If you’re a student, the chances are you will need to email a professor from time to time. Because professors are teaching large numbers of students, they get an absolute deluge of email. That’s why it’s in both your best interests to learn how to email them correctly. Trust us, taking a little time to understand the right etiquette, approach them in the correct way, and share the information they need will make life easier for both of you.
There’s an ever-increasing demand for desirable property and real estate. Whether you’re buying a quirk cottage or a majestic mansion, the best properties could be seen by hundreds of potential buyers.
The days of spending our working lives in one company are behind us. Technology advances, competitive business, and expanding consumer choice means if you want the perfect career, you’ll need to move between organizations. With the right education, experience, and expertise, you can often find big improvements in salary, benefits, and job satisfaction.
Have you ever wondered what protects your rights to email your Congressman and tell them exactly what you think? It’s the First Amendment of the U.S. constitution—it doesn’t just protect free speech, it also has a neat little section called “The Right to Petition,” that says, “Congress shall make no law… abridging the freedom of speech… or the right of the people to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.”
Although we may take it for granted, that “redress of grievances” is exactly what lets you email your Congressman and share your thoughts, concerns, and ideas. The founding fathers couldn’t have dreamed how much technology would change the world. 1791 may have seen you putting quill to parchment, but the principles and practice of how to write to congress are pretty much the same as they were 200 years ago.
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