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Conscious Communicator Power Word #19 – EVEN (100 words or less)

Today’s Power Word is small in stature, EVEN, but when used properly packs power!

By itself, EVEN, is a not much but in a couple of context evokes powerful meaning.

For example, asking a direct report to get better has the connotation that there is something wrong, in reality, they may be doing a decent job and you’re just looking for improvement in certain areas.

If you add the word EVEN, it offers the connotation the individual is already performing well and you are looking to build on their efforts, such as “let’s discuss some ways you can get EVEN better.”

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’til next time, make this an EVEN greater week!

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P.S. – For a list of all Power Words  in the Conscious Communicator Series click here

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