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By Jess Stratton | Monday, May 05, 2014
Last week on Monday Productivity Pointers, I showed you how to write an email that gets read. Now that you’ve got your readers’ attention, let’s talk more about the content of that email. In particular, this week we’ll examine strategies for writing an email asking someone to do something—or giving someone an action item.
An action item could be a physical task, or a request to provide information. Whatever it is, you’re not just informing them about it in your email. Asking for something that needs to get done takes a special type of communication.
In today’s Monday Productivity Pointers, you’ll learn tips for effectively writing an “ask” email—and getting the results you want.
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