Differences Between a Business Letter and a
1. The Heading: In a friendly letter, you
would normally just write the date in the upper right
hand corner. However, in a business letter, you need
to put your
address followed by the date. This can be placed at
the upper right hand corner, or aligned on the left
margin of the page.
2. The Inside Address: This is not put in a
friendly letter, but in a business letter you also put
the entire address of the recipient, along with the
name of the person you are addressing if possible,
and their title.
3. The Salutation: In a business letter, you need to
follow the salutation with a colon, not a comma.
4. The Body: Use formal language and be
straight and to the point. Make sure you put all the
details that are important to your communication.
5. The Closing: Usually a formal “Sincerely,” and then
a space and your name typed below. The space
should allow room for a handwritten signature.
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This book packed with strategies to make the most of the time we have, and avoid wasting time. I would say this book is a must-read (unless you are already 100% efficient with your time, or you have not desire to accomplish anything).
I am time-challenged in much the same way as colour-blind people are colour-challenged: I have difficulty perceiving the passage of time. There are so many things I want to accomplish, yet at the end of the day, it is easy to find that I have frittered away my day on non-productive, non-relaxing time wasters.
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Even if you are pretty good with time, this book is sure to help you get better at managing your time and using it effectively
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First and foremost, this book is full of practical and useful advice.
The format of this book is perfect for people who are busy, yet need to spend some time learning about time. It is a catch-22: the more you have to do and the less efficient you are, the less time you have to read books like this!
The book is divided into 15 chapters, each of which contains short (1 to three page) explanations on how to manage a particular type of situation. This means that you can read one complete idea in a small parcel of time, and then you’ve got it. You can implement it immediately. After using one or two techniques outlined in the book, you will save enough time to read the rest of the book over a few weeks. And it is good to read a bit at a time, so you can absorb the ideas and try them out before going on to the next idea.
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Actually, I have nothing to say in this section. Maybe this book doesn’t tell you everything you need to know, but it will both get you started, and get you well beyond the basics.
This book is an unqualified top-rated book for anyone who needs to get better at managing their time. It sure has helped me!