“It Is What It Is” and Other Annoying Phrases to Avoid

© skvoor – Fotolia.comNow that the election is over and done with, we can take a break from annoying political ads and calls. But wait … it seems there’s never a lack of something to grate on people’s nerves. The newest culprit? Annoying sayings and phrases. Your best bet, as a communicator, is to avoid using them. PR News’ SVP and group publisher Diane Schwartz listed some of the most annoying sayings and phrases over-employed by many communicators. 

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