less noise means more signal :: be direct

April 29, 2011

If you want to ensure clearer communication, cut the clutter out of your message by saying what you mean to communicate in as few words as possible.

If you want your message to be clear, say what you mean to say using fewer words.

If you want to be clear, communicate with fewer words.

To be clear, use fewer words.

Use fewer words.


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4 responses to less noise means more signal :: be direct

  1. You make me smile, pops. 🙂

  2. Amen brother! There is a need for more direct communication today. It’s hard enough to get people to respond to God’s word, but if they have to first understand what we are trying to say about the word through all of the babble, we so often just get people lost in our words.