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If you have anything worth saying to a business associate, then you can write a good letter that says it. In the hard cold light of our business world today, a good letter is a letter from which the receiver gets the sense of the message sent by the writer and in which he gets it with a minimum effort on his part as the reader. You do not need a flair with words to get sense through to your reader. A knowledge of elemental language, plus a few simple techniques are sufficient. There are three ingredients to a good business letter: organization, clarity, and friendliness. They can be learned and mastered in a short time with a good common sense approach to the processes of written communication.