If you are honest, you don't have to tell me, honestly
Is much of what you say so dishonest that you need to preface certain sentences with the word?
The words we use and our intonation form part of an unconscious selection process. The use of certain words can rule you out of contention for a job or a piece of business.
Negative words must be avoided and the use of positive ones used carefully.
When we are nervous we sometimes start prefixing sentences with a word that undermines what we are trying to say.
If you pay a little more attention to the sentiment of your words, it may make all the difference in your interview.
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