Have You Ever Heard a Killer Phrase?
I’m sure you have. Here’s a definition:
Killer Phrase (kiler fraz) n.
1. a knee-jerk response that squelches new ideas; most commonly said by bosses and government officials 2. a threat to innovation
Examples (These are like FROWNS):
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Now you know for sure that you have heard a killer phrase. Probably many times in your life time.
Can you think of something to say that might be encouraging and helpful? Here’s a few I thought of that might be better to say when we’re presented with a new idea or concept:
Examples (These are like SMILES):
Being positive goes along way in creating an atmosphere for creativity. It also makes what we do more fun.
To profit from good advice requires more wisdom than to give it.
It is only to be understood.
Joke of the Day
The joke below is a repeat due to popular demand:
A man placed some flowers on the grave of his dearly departed mother and started back toward his car when his attention was diverted to another man kneeling at a grave.
The man seemed to be praying with profound intensity and kept repeating, "Why did you have to die? Why did you have to die?"
The first man approached him and said, "Sir, I don't wish to interfere with your private grief, but this demonstration of pain is more than I've ever seen before. For whom do you mourn so deeply?
A child? A parent?"
The mourner took a moment to collect himself, then replied, "My wife's first husband."
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