Americans and British people use different words in the workplace — and it reveals a fascinating difference in the two cultures
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American English and British English both use business cliches — but the differences say a lot about their respective cultures. 

American words like "trailblazer" and "pathfinder" show the frontier history of the U.S. and idealization of the entrepreneurial spirit. 

Although American English is stereotypically more cliched, there are a number of business phrases becoming more prevalent in British English.

The UK business world has developed their own businessisms,...


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