What’s the Word? 3 New Buzzwords to Learn

By Kelsey Ogletree, April 20, 2016

We’re all about diction; it’s an addiction. Drop these three buzzwords into your vocabulary in 2016 and you’ll be right on trend.

It’s not only an app that allows you to send money; it’s now acceptable as a verb. Other brands that are verbs? Uber and Slack.

Ordering rides from your smartphone was only the beginning. Even unsexy industries like garbage removal (check out Rubicon Global) are becoming en vogue thanks to the sharing economy. 

3. LDL
Use it in an email to let the receiver know you want to take the conversation offline—hence LDL: “Let’s discuss live.”

(Visited 74 times, 1 visits today)

Author and public speaker Katherine Wolf discusses her inspirational recovery from a massive stroke.

In order to be creative, you must be vulnerable. Find out more tips on how to express yourself from creativity guru Timo Kiuru here.

Ray Ezelle, vice president of sales and services at Visit Virginia’s Blue Ridge, says a metro-mountain mix is a recipe for success.

Host an event that truly gives back

During a recent speech at Leadercast, Andy Stanley challenged the way leaders often delegate.

Home-based and remote work are steadily increasing trends that are inspiring shared meeting and non-traditional work spaces.

Read More