[From: https://www.boardeffect.com]

“In the construction world, there’s a standard saying: “Measure twice, cut once.” That’s because once something has been cut, if it’s too short, there’s no way to fix it. In the office world, the standard for emails should be: “Read it twice; send it once.”  Once you’ve hit that send button, you’ve released complete control over what was sent, even if it was sent to the wrong person. The recipient or recipients can easily forward, copy, edit or file your message and no one needs your consent.”

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