Great communicators recognize the power of simple statements. They realize that important ideas don't have to be dressed up in a fancy language.
Designers, often use terms that imply we're part of some secret club. It's as if we're saying, “We can speak in a code that those non-designers can't understand.” Business-speak, corporate-ese, MBA-speak. design jargon can have many names, the language of the design and corporate world rarely makes rewarding reading. Why do businesses say things like: ‘Creating synergistic solutions to their mutual challenges’?
A square peg in a round hole
Someone or thing that doesn't fit or perform appropriately
the proof of the pudding is in the eating
Finding out a result or actual performance of something
the whole nine yards
No idea why, but means all, everything
what makes him tick
what is his motivation
robbing Peter to pay Paul
Taking from one to give to another with no gain
The most efficient and effective way of accomplishing a task
How is this possible
Things which are easily achievable and do not require a lot of effort.
Let's hit the ground running.
Get a good start.
The Tail wagging the dog
Things done the wrong way round
Meet up or talk about something
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