Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Space of mind

Today I personally created a Corporate Bullshit phrase that very well could turn out to be classic.

But first some word definitions.

Occupy = take over somebody's place in a hostile way.

Mind = a person's very private place used for thinking.

Customer = person.

Space = nothing.

OK, hold on tight. This is what I told a sales person after he told me we wouldn't win a deal:

"We haven't occupied the right place in the customer's mind".

I could've said that he's not thinking about us. But why use plain words that mean something?


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