Words, or just a single word, will make the difference between shared knowledge and confusion. From spelling and choosing words correctly, to answering the right questions and explaining a gargantuan undertaking, it’s all about precision.
Nothing stands out like a mistake. Knowing how to say what one wants to say is vital to precise communication.
Please read. Everyone needs to know these: “30 Incorrectly Used Words That Can Make You Look Horrible http://t.co/sZRGJvMQjA”
— R.G. Graham (@rggraham) May 14, 2014
What would your world be like? What will make it happen? How are you trying to get there right now? That’s a basic plot of any mission, so can your organization answer those questions? Communicating you or your organization’s mission requires precise, exact communication.
Clients will have questions – does your story answer them? “Three Questions Every Brand’s Story Must Answer http://t.co/CPRcabTJvs”
— R.G. Graham (@rggraham) May 15, 2014
A precise message can be derived from a complicated event. Social Media Camp 2014 was a gigantic venture – three speakers presenting at the same time and over 750 attendees. Nonetheless, Laurel Lindsay distilled it into short, exact sentences that loses no important details despite having a low word count.
— Laurel Anne Lindsay (@laurellindsay) May 15, 2014
Over to You…
How do you practice precision? Do you agree that routine and creativity can mix? How important to you is a precise story?