Yes, I agree. Given time to think, we can be much more mindful of our communication. I heard a great tip from one of our managers to put more thought into your first email that starts any discussion. Avoid needing to send a follow-up email. If you have to send a followup email, it means you forgot to include something in your first email. Put yourself in the reader’s shoes and anticipate what questions they will ask. Answer these questions in your first email. It saves everyone time and cycles of emails.