# Similarities and differences between writing routine and positive messages, negative messages, and persuasive messages

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similarities and differences between writing routine and positive messages, negative messages, and persuasive messages. Recall the importance of the three step writing process and incorporate this process into your presentation.
What is a routine message? The term routine is synonymous with procedure, function, and subroutine. A message that is written in the same way each time.
Slide 3 Planning your message takes four tasks. Analyzing the situation, making sure that your purpose is clear, gather information your audience needs to know. select the right medium ,and organizing your information effectively. You will need to use these three steps in the routine, positive, negative, and persuasive business messages.
Slide 4 Start with asking yourself what is the single most important message I have for the audience. Maintain a supportive tone throughout, Let your readers know you have their best interest in mind.
Slide 5 You will plan your message, knowing that your audience does not want to hear what you have to say. Write your message emphasizing the positive whenever appropriate and complete your message by making sure your message is clear and sensitive to the audience cultures and maintain a high ethical standard.
Slide 6 To persuade successfully, you need to consider both the positive and negative aspects of your proposed solution.

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