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Right -- have a conversation way is that I I don't know I guess anybody under thirty these days I -- do you get.
All of those light -- so those in that conversation.
I know -- -- to my ten year old daughter a great deal about it.
It doesn't always send great -- it does it and kind of hurt your career prospect that it hurt you -- in life.
I'd say yes Kate Rogers foxbusiness.com.
My eyes -- would more on this and principled K I guess the question is.
I mean we've all heard.
Caves and even you know older adults talking.
In that way wide -- people do it.
People do you.
And women in particular slim particular yes -- -- of prominence from using this kind of language than their peers and the reason we do it if he doesn't want to sound like our friend.
Often starts at a really young age can kids want to sound like one another you don't want to sound prepare because then people think -- -- You're not cool -- are talking in this kind of slaying.
Off the -- way and continues into adulthood and millennial in particular we've grown up on social media we've grown up texting me growing up I ending.
And using less -- if these verbal communication so our generation suffers from it more so than prior generations that.
-- -- Obviously no great to realize I can't imagine sitting in an injury that's gonna -- -- any -- absolutely not experts say you want to look the part of of course when you go -- for a job interview but even more so you want to sound -- part.
Anything amusing this type of language he's -- -- You don't necessarily trustworthy and other people.
You may come off as immature or silly sounding or not so serious so accurate they need to admit -- in the butt and get -- out of the way where you start advancing your career.
We -- we'll be back soon.
How does one nip it in the -- that well there's different ways to you get get this -- -- of -- -- -- -- conversation.
The first thing you can view is BD OT itself experts say you see and here comes down to other people -- can help you from.
Stop you rather -- this kind of like it is another thing if asked for really good friend TU.
Role play with you and stop you wings took him a big presentation coming up -- -- no machinery have an important job interview coming up.
Asked them to really be hard -- you and tell you when you're using it.
And then finally talk to yourself looking yourself -- then here scene here again what you sound like when you're speaking to other people missing help curb your usage.
Then finally -- actually -- to throwing it to take a deep breath.
When someone asks you a question rather than saying bomb and then started -- life and then starting.
-- -- collect yourself meaning -- some interest in what you're about Wednesday and then come out and say.
It's all right all good advice parents and anybody who is talking me in that way and if you -- like.
Check it out there.
From that you can do so Fox News out foxbusiness.com.
-- -- Kate's uncle it's up the fact.
-- now it's a great story and -- eight I mean it really it really is an issue like I certainly noticed it with my.
Ten year old and talked to her about it and said this doesn't sound it.
Cool as you think it -- yeah.
All the pieces in place then you don't sound apart on top of looking the part you may not get back promotion of the job that you want -- -- ugly.
And work so hard for.
And as you say -- it's gonna affect you ten years down the line nipping it in the -- is the best way to do absolutely all right.
Can't -- does -- foxbusiness.com.
Thanks so let's take it was good to see him from seeing -- are we gonna take a quick break we'll be back with K.
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