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Top things you should stop saying to your clients

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The Practitioner

In this week’s issue, the Practitioner takes a look at terms and language connected with family enterprise advising, highlighting some overdone buzzwords from 2012 and suggesting that mid-way through 2013, these words should be history. (To use a buzzword phrase itself!)

From the world of management science and Thought LeaderZone.com: The 50 worst management buzzwords. We’re hoping none of these sound familiar!

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From the business world and Entrepreneur.com: The 10 most useless business buzz words. Hope you’ve already dropped “leverage” and “synergize” from your vocabulary! (This one is pretty funny!)

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Just in case you’re advising next gen clients on how to develop their resumes, here is the WSJ’s take on “words to ban” from resumes in 2013!

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From the world of project management and ProjectPlace.com: 5 buzzwords they think you should know in 2013 – hope they are in your vocabulary!

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From the legal sphere, the Canadian Bar Association’s look at Six Words in Search of a Context.

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And…from the tech world and Global Language Monitor: Top Tech Buzzwords Everyone Uses but Don’t Quite Understand (2013): ‘Big Data’and ‘Dark Data.’ A heads up from the Practitioner –“the cloud” is OUT!

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Yours in Practice,

The Practitioner

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