Simple Language (3/5)

It might be assumed that going into a situation and pulling out long-winded and complicated language would be a good way of demonstrating your knowledge and making it seem like you know what you’re talking about. In reality, it’s more of the opposite. Advanced language is far more likely to muddle up your points, confuse and lose your audience and runs the risk of making you trip yourself up. Keep things simple in how you explain them because it’ll guarantee that there won’t be any blurred lines in how it comes across.

Written by James Metcalfe

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