It seems that nearly every week a printing or promotional company tells me the people they are calling on do not return messages. I hear this from sales staff, as well as executives and/or ownership. But the same people complaining—oftentimes executives—are usually not good at getting back to the salespersons who are calling on them. I hear executives say, "Put them in voice mail—it is a salesperson, right?" Also, they may instruct the receptionist to tell the caller they are in a meeting. Or they simply have the salesperson leave voice mail after voice mail, without ever responding.This is not good.…
Welcome Canvas Magazine readers. Here is the "continued and integrated" information you are looking for. 🙂
This provides some additional great content that you will enjoy reading. It provides you with the "why" behind the expressions you read and both– adds value to and helps the article make sense.
The best three responses to the question below get their choice of what was promised in the article… so if you have not read it– you don't know what was offered.
Question: after reading this background information on the expressions– which ones– do you think need to take a "hike" and go away? Why?
Flavor of the month: more at http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/flavor%20of%20the%20month.html
Catch 22: more at http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/catch-22.html
For the other phrases from CANVAS article
(Go to main page–>) http://www.phrases.org.uk/meanings/index.html (then search by alphabetical letter)
Good luck or break a leg. (Inside joke).