Plain Spoken

While “knowing” the jargon of business, entrepreneurship, marketing etc, might be a requirement to have a seat at the table… It is clearly not a requirement for sitting at the head of the table. Talk about channels or synergy or pivot or curatio…

While “knowing” the jargon of business, entrepreneurship, marketing etc, might be a requirement to have a seat at the table…It is clearly not a requirement for sitting at the head of the table.Talk about channels or synergy or pivot or curation when it’s not necessary only signals to the listener that you aren’t sure if you know what you are talking about.Of course jargon gets created as a form of shorthand. Sometimes this turns into a buzz word which spreads like wild fire.Blogger Laurie Reuttimann from theCynicalGirl.com. Has a nice post about her experience with colleagues who overcompensate with buzzwordshttp://thecynicalgirl.com/your-language-holds-you-back/

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