What’s the Word? 3 New Buzzwords to Learn

By Kelsey Ogletree, April 8, 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.

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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.”

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