Brevity

It amazes me how leaders can make the simple complicated and the complicated impossible to understand. We see this happen in books, business meetings, and instruction manuals.

You can fall into the trap where you believe you have to drone on and on and on about a topic. We’ve been told blog posts should be 500, 1,000, 2,000 words or more. It seems to continue to grow and grow.

Books are the same way. What could be said in a 100-page book becomes a 250-page complicated tome.

We don’t need this. We need less wordiness, less complication.

We need more brevity.

Choose to be brief. To the point. Clear.

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