|1.||In spite of their best intentions, they end up shuffling words around the page rather than actually making improvements.|
|2.||They think rewriting is too time-consuming and send the document out the moment that last period hits the page.|
With a minimal amount of solid rewriting, you can reap some surprising benefits. Most obviously, you'll end up with a stronger document, one that reaches your readers immediately and glides them from one point to the next. The second benefit is long lasting; in fact, it lasts a lifetime. By rewriting quickly and conscientiously, you'll. actually improve your writing skill in a matter of weeks. Finally, as your writing style improves, you'll need to rewrite less and can triple your writing tempo. Sound like one of those too-good-to
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Publication information: Book title: Words at Work:Business Writing in Half the Time with Twice the Power. Contributors: Susan Benjamin - Author. Publisher: Perseus Publishing. Place of publication: Cambridge, MA. Publication year: 1997. Page number: 71.
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