During my sessions, I tend to use plain language instead of a lot of jargon. Of course, you should use the correct jargon for the correct audience, but sometimes technical people tend to exaggerate, using too much jargon, acronyms, even when not necessary.

I always thought that too much jargon and acronyms were used to mask a bad understanding from the speaker, and now, new research seems to confirm my beliefs: Jargon Is a Sign of Insecurity, Not Smarts.

This, of course, is also valid when doing meetings with customers or job interviews. Think about it; you should always favor clarity instead of complexity.

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