Every field of work will eventually develop it’s own unique lexicon. You’ll never stop learning new words. As work changes so will the words used to describe and complete that work.
Those who stick together grow together. A peer-to-peer mentoring network will accelerate your personal growth. Find those you can consult with regularly, openly, and with intent to share challenges.
Hire someone who is passionate to work with you towards shared goals. Skills are still important when hiring, but they are also teachable. Passion comes from within and is much harder to cultivate in others.
This form of documentation has pragmatic short-term value and if maintained long-term value. Authors are forced to refine their thinking. And for everyone else they serve as quick references when learning new processes.
If you misheard something or are puzzled about what’s being communicated let the other person know. That person gets an opportunity to be understood and you gift yourself an opportunity to understand.
Embrace constraints. Find the value in working with what you’ve got. This will make you resourceful and quick to adapt in adverse conditions. It’s easy to appear successful in abundance, but that never lasts.
Domain-specific language can deteriorate into gibberish. To maximize the value of your communications use plain language whenever possible. Doing so will give your words more power.