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Use language that demonstrates leadership. Rather than spout opinions or give unsolicited advice (as in, “If I were you, I’d ...”), speak with understated power. Some smart ways to begin: “Here’s a rule of thumb...” or “Among all our options, one of them strikes me as too sensible to pass up.”
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