How to Write Emails That Win Friends and Influence People

ere’s a fun fact about Steve Jobs: At 12, Jobs wanted to build a frequency counter, but he didn’t have the parts. Ever sensible, he suspected that Bill Hewlett, then the CEO of HP, might have some extras. And so, with the bizarre confidence of an eighth grader, he found Hewlett’s number in the telephone book and called it. He got the parts… and a job. The rest is history. The point? To get something in life, you have to … Continue reading How to Write Emails That Win Friends and Influence People