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Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.

When it comes to communicating our ideas, speaking concisely is a frequent challenge for most speakers. It doesn’t matter if English is your first language or not.

We have so much to say but a short time to share it.

There are many advantages when it comes to speaking concisely. Concise language portrays your professionalism and competence. It’s easier for you to understand what you want to say and for your listener to trust you more, remember your message and be more persuasive.  This is even more crucial when you are communicating across global teams and cultures.

In today’s episode I am sharing how you can simplify your language so you can be better understood no matter who you are speaking to or the situation you are in, what are deadwood phrases and language to avoid and how A.B.C are the most important aspects of communication.

Times to check out:

(04:12) The benefits of simple language

(05:33) Simple language does not mean make it simplistic

(07:55) Are you familiar with the content or topic?

(09:19) Don’t forget your ABCs

(11:41) Using too many words

(15:06) Your choice of language

(18:49) An important checklist

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Explaining Your Process with Clarity





WHO AM I: I’m Gemma Keeling, Founder, and CEO at Fluent Speakers. With a Master’s degree in Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition from The University of Oxford, and an undergraduate degree in Spanish and Teaching English as a Second Language, I have extensive training and expertise in education. I have travelled extensively and worked in many different societies and cultures. I coach digital design and tech professionals to improve their communication skills in English.

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