October 20, 2008, 10:12 AM PST | Length: 182
Only 7 percent of what we say is conveyed through words -- tone and visual cues make up the other 93 percent. This is why emails are so often misunderstood. Ed Muzio of Group Harmonics suggests using email only when you should: to convey facts and data, and when no emotion or sensitive issues are involved. Follow Ed on Facebook and Twitter.