9 words and phrases you're probably using wrong
from Harvard Business Review
Many times, especially in business settings, people use words that they think they know — but don't. Although they do this in an effort to sound intelligent and sophisticated, it backfires badly, because even one small slip-up can cause an audience to focus on only that, not the speaker's ideas. Sure, saying the wrong word (usually) isn't a game-changer. But if you make that kind of mistake, it sets you up for a question that no one wants clients, coworkers or employers to begin asking: "Are you really that smart"
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