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The following are some tips in organising your paragraphs when writing for business:
- Keep your main idea central. Before you begin writing any business document, you have a central idea that you wish to impart. If you’re writing a business proposal, for example, your main idea might be that ‘this solution is what would solve the problem most satisfactorily.’ Keep this idea in mind, and weed out information that does not support your main idea.
- Decide how to best explain your main idea. Once you have a main idea, decide what facts or topics best supports your idea. Present them in logical order.
- Whenever possible, outline first before starting on any business writing. It will give you an idea of how the topic will play out.
Below is an example of an business writing outline:
A. Supporting Idea 1.
1. Supporting detail for Idea 1
2. Supporting detail for Idea 1
3. Supporting detail for Idea 1
B. Supporting Idea 2.
1. Supporting detail for Idea 2
2. Supporting detail for Idea 2
3. Supporting detail for Idea 2
C. Supporting Idea 3.
1. Supporting detail for Idea 3
2. Supporting detail for Idea 3
3. Supporting detail for Idea 3
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