Data from Quantified Communications suggest that persuasive statements from the C-suite rely on intuition and emotion, accompanied by a tone that is authentic to the speaker. The data also suggest clarity is a good thing and can be realized even in dense financial statements, as seen with Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway annual letters.

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