corporate jargon

Ever sit in a meeting with no clue what people are talking about?
It's like Axe body spray: once you start using it, people only want to speak with you via email.
Have you noticed how we allow certain words to divide us as people? Some say this is a core issue that inhibits progress in business.
It occurred to me that at work, we say lots of things that aren't really clear and don't really mean anything, whereas as a parent, we have to speak very clearly, concretely and literally. Judge for yourself from the samples below.
Turns out you don't have to be part of the corporate world to come up with confusing, often meaningless jargon like "dynamic
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