Flash Paper #2
Flash Paper #2March 14, 2022
My friend, Michael Lukaszewski, posted on LinkedIn thoughts I found helpful and want to share…
Three words we don’t use enough in our emails, announcements, pitches, presentations, and even sermons…
1. Because – people need to understand the reason behind the request
2. So – people need to know what to do next
3. Imagine – people need to be inspired about what could happen
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