At the end of the day, dump the jargon

01/13/2010 | MSNBC

Don't frustrate and annoy your colleagues by using too much business jargon, experts advise -- even if everyone else is noting their "actionables" and "mission criticals." Avoiding this jargon lets you "start to become the only clear voice in this sort of sea of monotony," says Chelsea Hardaway, the co-author of "Why Business People Speak Like Idiots."

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