Much organizational writing is not clear because it is too wordy. Most writers seek to give their documents a professional tone, and this is not necessarily bad. But when writers make style choices that result in more words without more meaning, the result is usually writing that is stale and sounds bureaucratic. It slows and frustrates the reader and sometimes may dangerously obscure or distort meaning.
You can make your writing clearer by changing or eliminating some risky habits that can add unnecessary words, distort meaning, and take the life out of your writing: