Connect With The Customer By Using His Jargon-Not Yours

Tribe is not a bad thing; it’s just twisted to be so. When one is obviously struggling to speak in English or Kiswahili and, judging from their accent or name, you switch to speaking in one’s vernacular, an emotional bond is quickly formed. “You are so anti-jargon,” a reader told me. “What if it’s the…

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