• Kris Pepper

Sometimes, Less is More

Superfluous words take up time and space in the saturated environment of content. If your message is relevant, clear, and engaging, you don’t need the extra stuff like “very” “really” or “extremely.” Go back and read what you wrote—I’ll bet you can cut a bit out to enhance the flow and the meaning.

Or, just cut out all the words ending in “y.” (Kidding!)

Remember, when you choose the right words, less is more.


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