One of my favorite comedian is Ismo, if I may say so. He is from Finland and moves to America and deal with language barrier, so I just feel that he is on the same page with me. I watch his video frequently and pick this one for you. This is a moment when he speaks about "Excitement" in a context the world of work in America. Enjoy and have a fantabulous weekend!
Also, recently I booked an appointment with a dentist. And the dentist's office sent me an email: "We are beyond excited that you are coming to see the dentist." I think that sounds dangerous. I prefer the dentist who is calm, I don't know how beyond excitement is. But it sounds unhealthy.
Well, like ten years ago. It was to be okay to write an email using "Good". But now, if you write using "Good", then it sounds wrong. Like it has to be at least "Great". So, "Great" is a minimum standard. To be maximum, you should write "Awesome" or "Exciting" or "Hyped". When someone texts me this way, I'm pumped and inflated somehow.
My concern is what is an email going to look like 10 years from now, in the future? In the future, every single work email has to start like: " I can not contain myself, I can barely breathe. I am experiencing muscle strain from the avalanche of emotion. I actually passed out for a couple of seconds from the excitement of meeting you tomorrow at 1:30."