Last Updated: May 19, 2017
Are your emails causing problems with others or sabotaging your career? They could be if mng any of these 8 email mistakes.

Do you have trouble getting answers to email you sd at ? Are there some people with whom you to communicate on a regular basis who don’t answer your email and seem to be avoiding your phone calls?

Before you chalk up the lack of communication to other people’s bad habits or rudess, take a close look at your own communication style. It’s possible that those who don’t answer your emails or take your phone calls ar’t careless, forgetful, or rude. They just may be trying to avoid you.


If you don’t have an ongoing personal disagreemt with someone and they don’t owe you or money, the problem could be the way you communicate in email. You see, what you say in email oft “sounds” differt to the recipit than it would if you were talking to them in person. If the email messages you sd seem condescding, petty, picky, or lessly complicated, you’ll find it increasingly difficult to get responses in a timely fashion.

Here are some of the most aggravating email mistakes to avoid.

If you keep the tips above in mind, remember that email recipits ar’t necessarily thinking about the same things you are at the time they get your email, and remember to say “Please” and “Thank You” oft, you’ll find more of your email will get prompt replies and more of the things you done, will get done quickly.

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Janet Attard is the founder of the adwinning Business Know-How small business web site and information resource. Janetis also the author of The Home Office And Small Business Answer and of Business KnowHow: An Operational Guide For HomeBased and MicroSized Businesses with Limited Budgets. Follow Janet on Twitter and on LinkedIn


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