When I saw the recent Fast Company headline, “This Three-Word Phrase Is Subtly Undermining Your Authority,” I wasn’t sure what to expect, but it wasn’t “to be honest.” “To be honest,” Judith Humphrey writes, “and versions of it, like “honestly,” “frankly,” “if I can be honest with you,” or “let me be frank”....tend to attach themselves to—and subtly encourage—certain messages that are either better left unsaid or ought to be rephrased.” Frankly...(kidding) I think she’s right.

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