- Around the clock (impressive). 24/7/365
- Around the clock every day of the year (even more impressive). Both expressions are used to mean "all the time."
30,000 Foot View
- Synonym for overview or big picture. "Howard will give us a 30,000 foot view, then we'll drill down into details."
- A picture of you, usually made by compiling the results of a questionnaire completed by colleagues, creating an image of you as seen by people around you.
- Something no one, no matter how interested, will ever read. In business it's important to: 1) write like Ernest Hemingway (in short sentences using common words), 2) say your message in no more than 6-8 bullet points, and 3) confine your thoughts to one page. Adults today don't read, won't read, and can't read. See "KISS Principle
- The written record of your work "triples" and "home runs." Go to
/. Physicians go to www.physiciancareernetwork.com/pcn_homeruns.htm
- A dominating or overly-controlling person who has attacked others at work, made legions of enemies, and burned all his or her bridges for a career lifetime. Once unemployed, they find that no one returns their calls or offers assistance. Hence, their anger.
- Going back into your past to discover clues to your future success, usually by being interviewed, through paper-and-pencil exercises, and standardized testing and assessment. Archaeology also involves uncovering your work "triples and home runs." See Accomplishments/Achievements
At the End of the Day
- When all is said and done.