Time to take yourself and your colleagues seriously How do we get a word that is so ingrained out? I see it this way: if you keep using the word ‘for a while’, you don’t take yourself and your colleagues (we stay at work for the sake of convenience) seriously. What you do takes time and attention. “Even” doesn’t fit that. Just think about that the next time you feel a “even” on the tip of your tongue. Also talk to each other. It doesn’t hurt that some anxiety comes up at the word ‘just a moment’. As if it’s a dirty swear word with which you wish someone something bad.
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It will take time for the word to be banished to the dark recesses of our brains. I (unfortunately) also catch myself using the word ‘even’ every now and then. In any case, what I try is to scan my e-mails, messages, tweets and Macedonia Phone Number communication for the word ‘even’ and immediately delete it if I do see such a four-letter word. Practice makes perfect, you will get the hang of it automatically. Also read: ‘Do you write…?’: 6 prejudices that communication professionals are fed up with You can learn to quantify But there are also questions to which the answer really only takes ‘a while’ or situations in which ‘a while’ is short-lived? No. What you consider ‘even’ may be very different from what I consider ‘even’. The word is too vague.
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Meaningless What the hell is ‘even’? Quantify. Rather ask if someone has ten minutes, for example. This way the other person can determine whether he has that time now. Yes? Great, then you at least have someone next to you who really Buy Leads time and (if all is well) is there with his full attention. You both have a lot more to wear. No? Then you can decide together when those ten minutes will be there. That is much more efficient than trying to trick someone with your ‘even.