WRITING AN EMAIL TO A COWORKER WHEN YOU THINK YOU'RE NOT WRONG

Ever sit in a meeting where someone tells you you're wrong? Instead of insisting you're right, jot yourself a note to email them later.
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    Write the facts down right after the meeting so you'll remember.
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    Draft your email.
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    Leave it in your inbox overnight.
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    Review in the morning.
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    Remove phrases like "I'm pretty sure I'm right" and "are you sure?"
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    Add phrases like " I think I may have misunderstood..." Or "can you explain xyz to me?"
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    Repeat step 3
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    Repeat step 4
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    Double check the info and your understanding of the information.
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    Edit.
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    Edit.
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    Repeat step 3.
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    Repeat step 4.
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    Repeat step 9.
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    Close the email nicely by saying something like "thanks for your help!"