Jonathan M. Tisch, co-chairman of the board of the Loews Corporation and chairman of its subsidiary Loews Hotels & Resorts, says that you should never begin an email with the word,
"I." "My boss told me that whenever you're writing a letter — and now it applies to emails today — never start a paragraph with the word 'I,' because that immediately sends a
message that you are more important than the person that you're communicating with," Tisch told The New York Times.
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