"I HOPE YOU ARE WELL."

fastcompany:

"This ‘hope’ is always followed by a page of boilerplate. In any case, if you don’t know me, don’t pretend you care about me."

5 phrases you should never use in an email

Well hey, sometimes you’re hoping people are doing well. especially if it’s a source in a rough position or people you’ve developed relationships with. I say, use with caution.