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How to, Like, Stop Saying Like

January 4, 2013 By Editor

Saying what you mean with confidence
by Tara Deschamps – CommerceTimes

Stop saying likeOur world has been invaded with “like.” Teenagers use it repeatedly in a single sentence, and amongst themselves, it's the norm. But in the business world, the constant “like” is an irritant, just like “ah” or “um.” And it implies indecisiveness, as well as an inability to communicate effectively. How do you take this four-letter word out of your vocabulary?

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