We’re Destroying Our Important Words – #JayToday

We’re Destroying Our Important Words – #JayToday

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EPISODE 88

In our zeal to be noticed, we are killing our most important words.

I recently read the “ultimate” guide to content marketing, but it was not that great. It was an okay guide to content marketing.

I also hear people using “awesome” and “remarkable” all the time, when really the things they’re describing are not worthy of awe or remark.

Now that we’ve completely overused words like awesome, ultimate, and remarkable, where do we go from here? What words will we use now? I’m not sure, and would love to hear what you think.

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