Sunday, December 4, 2011

Business jargon that makes you look intelligent

One of the things I learned at Microsoft is how do you get your point across that resonates well in a meeting and makes you look good. It helps put things nicely as well as influence other nicely. The summary below includes what resonated with me in meetings. Please feel free to add your to the blog.

  • Put the wood behind the arrow.
  • This is where rubber meets the road.
  • "Light up the web"
  • Don't build the fence around it.
  • Don't put the square peg in a round hole.

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