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You ask for feedback on a proposal and are told "I don't believe your claims. Your facts must be wrong." You are confident that your facts are indeed correct. You should:

a. write a memo to the proofreader's supervisor before sending the final proposal
b. make your claims more moderate because you must adapt your message to the audience.
c. document the source f your facts and give more information back up your claims.
d. delay sending the proposal until the reader's reaction changes.

Is C the most suitable answer?

  • Business Communication -

    I agree with C. B is also worth thinking about, but it depends on the writer's level of confidence.

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    thank you

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