Ever notice how euphemisms can have a hidden meaning? For instance, when people say that a project failed, they usually don’t use the direct word “failed.” Instead, they soften the pejorative nature of the word into a milder-sounding version: “oh, it just didn’t work out.”
Not “working out” = failure. Get it?
Well, it seemed profound when I thought it.
Mary, those are OPPORTUNITIES, not failures. Get with the program!
Of course, of course. Opportunities that need to be robustly and dynamically leveraged with optimizing synergies. That's what I meant to say.
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