This is 60 seconds with Wes Berry. Today we're talking about brevity and how important is to make sure that every word that you use is necessary. Far too often people pour the words on thinking that that's going to make them sound smarter. But in reality, if you can't explain it simply, you really don't understand it very well. Albert Einstein said that a long time ago, and it's still true today. You have to remember to keep it simple. Don't try to log it up with lots of other unimportant information. You know, President Johnson refused to receive any information that couldn't be distilled into a one page document. Now that's somebody who's determined to get his job done by lightening the load. So be a friend, take care of yourself and take care of other people by not overburdening being them with unnecessary information.
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