I would like to say something along the lines of "as certain as I am that this is the right move for me personally, I am also certain that this is the right move for your company". What is the best way to phrase this?

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    It seems to me you have some good phrasing there already. Or Jackyef's answer without "the" before "both. – Xanne Apr 18 '17 at 2:18

I believe this move will benefit the both of us.

  • “The both of us” seems colloquial. “is mutually beneficial” – Jim Apr 18 '17 at 2:17
  • @Jim always better to be colloquial rather than formal in all but legal cases these days... my opinion at least... although I'd scratch the "believe" and input a "I'm sure" – Tom22 Apr 18 '17 at 5:25

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