Cut Out Your Sloppy Language When Presenting

Language is a tool that helps you communicate your message to your audience.  Sloppy and imprecise language, however, can interfere with your communication.   Check out my latest post on the Constant Contact Community blog for six tips for eliminating sloppy language:

  1. Get rid of the weak, minimizing words
Words like "sorta," "just," or "kinda" minimize the impact of your message.  And stringing a few of them together, as in, "I'm just gonna discuss" or "it's just kinda like" makes it worse.  Instead, use definitive, strong, precise phrases like, "I will discuss" or "it is."

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