Leadership Nuggets: Your Big 'Buts' Is Crushing Great Ideas!

Sep 08, 2016 1 Min Read

Jana Stanfield, professional speaker, recording artist and humourist, shares with us some funny truths about big “buts” and how they crushes great ideas.

In order to create a “but-free” zone in the workplace, she suggests that everyone should change our language and use “and” instead. So, the next time you use “but” at the end of your sentence, give yourself a good kick in the butt.

Recommended reading: The Power Of Words In Leadership

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