There’s a difference between waffling and “repetition, repetition, repetition”

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Waffling is excess words that circle around the point without actually getting to it.

“Repetition, repetition, repetition” is using clever anecdotes and examples to reiterate a point in a way that always seems fresh.

Waffling is not memorable.

“Repetition, repetition, repetition” is.

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