Explicit vs. Implicit Language

Some people have the ability to analyze and answer questions of both an implicit and an explicit nature?

When creating and building relationships, use explicit language, not implicit.

Explicit means precisely and clearly expressed. Explicit language consumes less time, effort and resources, and also allows you to be more efficient while managing multiple tasks or reassigning various roles for people to perform within “your relations”. Direct and to the point!

Implicit means implied, not directly expressed, open to interpretation and too often leads to drama. So why would you ever want to use implicit language? Would implicit language be use to confuse someone?

Which language is better to get the best understanding?

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