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January 26, 2023

This Is Why the World Needs Fewer Buzzwords

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Presumably, there are plenty of mediocre CPA exam candidates who can relate to this one from @lifeatdeloitte:

NO. Just no.

Also outlawed:

burnovation when you’re so burned out on “innovating,” you start coming up with stupid words

dynamattack when you are so overcome by your dynamic brilliance, you start spewing forth projectile vomit of language

bleverage making the most of happy hour

If any of this is confusing, feel free to circle back to our previous discussion on useless jargon and why we hate it.

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