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16 unprofessional email habits that make everyone hate you

16 unprofessional email habits that make everyone hate you | Internet Presence | Scoop.it

It's hard to keep things professional with all the emails we receive today. Avoiding these bad habits can help.

With the onslaught of emails we receive every day, it's hard to imagine how anyone could keep up professional email habits at all times.

To make this task a little less daunting, we asked experts to highlight some of the least professional behaviors you could demonstrate when sending an email.

While mastering the art of good email etiquette doesn't mean sending out beautifully crafted prose each and every time — that would take forever — if you can avoid these bad habits, you'll be off to a great start. Read more: click image or title.

 

 

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#Email is a communication tool and should be handled elegantly. It tells the other party a lot about you.

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10 rules of an incompetent professional

10 rules of an incompetent professional | Internet Presence | Scoop.it
I would like to share the best rules that place ignorance at the most unsuspected limits. Meet the 10 rules of an incompetent professional.

1. “Blame others”: whatever happens, there will always be someone who can be blamed for things that go wrong, however much responsibility, or lack of, they have. In the slang of useless people, this rule is called “passing the buck” or saying “the dog ate my work“.

2. “Steal and use the achievements of others”: which is essential for getting to the top, whilst those at the bottom never stop complaining about our incompetence. In the slang of the useless, this is called “taking all the credit“.

3. “Deny having done anything”: even though you’ve been caught on film committing the worst possible crime, deny it all. It could always be thought that it’s a complex plot created by your worst enemy to question your honesty.

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Via Marty Koenig
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Sounds like politics.

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Abdou Sani Boukari's curator insight, April 16, 2014 3:22 PM

passing the buck, taking all the credit, 

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200,000 views on Scoop.it! What it means to me!

200,000 views on Scoop.it! What it means to me! | Internet Presence | Scoop.it
I use Scoop.it as my own private collection for articles that I find online. In other words: it's my best and easiest way to compile a source of information for myself first.

 

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