(strāt / tôk) (n.) –
The act of delivering direct, succinct and clear communications, free from hedging, sugarcoating and double talk.
frankness, candor, honesty, clarity, straightforwardness
“Every time I talk to that firm, I end the call more frustrated than when it started. They need to quit beating around the bush. I’m not sure if they don’t know what they’re talking about or if they’re afraid to tell me the truth, but I don’t have time for hour-long calls that don’t produce any kind of resolution. Tell me what I need to do so we can move forward.”
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