However, don't confuse the simplicity of wording and format with simple thinking. You haven't fully developed your concept, therefore it's essential to keep it simple. Keep it simple to ensure that you get your point across quickly to everyone who reads it.


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 Let's look at some of the details to help you simplify your plans.




 Rein in your prose. Effective business writing is simple to read. People will quickly skim through your plan. You can save the long prose for the classic American novel. Here are some tips to consider to consider when you're planning your strategy.


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 If you need to convey meaning do not use long, complex sentences. They are easier to comprehend and are suitable for short sentences.



 Avoid the use of acronyms, jargons and buzzwords. Although you might be familiar with NIH which means "not invented here", and KISS which stands for "keep it simple and stupid", don't assume that anyone else knows.

 

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 Use simple and straightforward words like "use", instead of "utilize", and "then", instead of "at this moment in the future."

 

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 Bullet points are more effective than lists without bullet points. They can be helpful in aiding readers to understand the details better.

 

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 Avoid "naked" bullet points. When necessary, give short explanations. Fascinating bullet points that aren't explained well could be confusing.