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We often default to adding more details to clarify our points. But did you ever notice how more details sometimes lead to even more confusion?

When more won’t help, less might. Yet, seldom do we consider subtracting an aspect or two to stop the confusion.

Have you experienced that?

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No! Most likely the reason why you didn’t bother to read the piece was not that it was too long but that it was too

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