Why jargon sends us down the wrong path

Banklish. It’s a word I claim I invented a decade ago for the unique language found within the financial sector, employed right from the executive floor to the local branch. One person’s platform is another’s place-where-the-train-arrives, is another’s spot-where-Tom-Daley-dives-from. And so forth. We all utilise jargon as a comfort blanket, an occasionally impenetrable language comprehendedContinue reading “Why jargon sends us down the wrong path”