How to write amazing emails:

1. Keep it short.
- Most people are busy.
- They would watch Netflix, rather than read emails.
- Brevity= Gold; use the subject line effectively.

2. KISS (Keep it simple, silly)
- People would read your email once (that's it).
- If they understand it, great, else they would move on.
- Don't become a living embodiment of the Oxford dictionary.

3. Structure
- Sentences should be interconnected.
- Each para should serve a purpose.
- This makes your email easy to read.

Example: let's say you need advice.

[Subject line]: Hello from an INSEAD-er

[Intro]: Hi Akshat, I am a fellow INSEAD-er and met you [during event X].

[Mid]: Our recruitments start next week. And, I was hoping if you could answer
[X] and [Y] about firm [XYZ].

[End]: Any insights would help me write a more effective Cover Letter.
I know that you love pizza and beer, so that's on me when we meet.

Final words: be nice, be specific and don't ask for time intensive favours (eg.
refer me, review my CV etc).