…f us, especially those with a scientific or engineering background used to writing technical papers. For many people, it’s natural to build up to a conclusion by first reciting all of the facts, recounting all of the analyses that have been done, or reviewing all of the supporting ideas. Then you get to the punch line.
This approach resonates with my way of communicating - always presenting some data points hoping that the reader would join me in conclusion.
The following talk from Michael Dearing is an excellent resource about the topic with interesting examples of how people naturally writes:
MICHAEL DEARING Executive Communication w/ Harrison Metal