35 Critical Business Terms Practicing the Language of Business & Money EPISODE 05 – February 18, 2017 This episode of the podcast is formatted differently than any previous episodes. Earlier this week, I was having a conversation with some respected businessmen. During that conversation I noticed a big difference in the way they spoke, specifically in the terminology […]
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