Perfect Phrases for Business Letters Paperback – Dec 14 2005
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From the Back Cover
The Right Phrase for Every Situation...Every Time
To make a powerful impression that gets your message across while commanding respect and attention, you need a well-written business letter. Written correctly, a business letter is a powerful tool in any industry. But who has time to carefully think through everything they write? This book offers a solution.
Perfect Phrases for Business Letters is an essential resource for everyone who writes letters, memos, e-mails, reports and other forms of business communications. With hundreds of proven phrases, tailored to the kind of message you want to convey, this book will help you quickly put together winning business correspondence. Learn how to write:
* General business letters * Memos * Recommendations * Sales letters * Efficient e-mail * Product announcements * Customer service letters * News releases
Whether you are an administrative assistant or a senior executive, Perfect Phrases for Business Letters will show you how to get your message across and make your best impression in any situation.
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The book consists of simply two parts with the introductory chapter/part presenting creative insights for organizing your message. And the second part showing countless perfect phrases for different occasions.
"Perhaps you find that the most difficult first step in writing is not giving birth to the first sentence but garnering the necessary discipline to sit down and commit yourself to the blank screen. You avoid as long as you can: You think of other things you need to do and pretend that they are more important, you go get another cup of coffee, you stick your head in a friend's office and chat, or you clean your desk and promise to get to the writing task tomorrow. ..."
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