1. Bang for your buck - value for money
E. g. Classy sports cars with huge bang for your buck.
2. A ballpark figure - A rough numerical estimate or approximation
E. g. Give me a ballpark figure of our projected losses.
3. A one man show - refers to someone who runs everything
E. g. I saw him do his one - man show in London, which I loved.
4. Let's get down to brass tacks - to focus on essential details
E. g. Stop delaying and get down to brass tacks.
5. Best practice - commercial or professional procedures that are accepted or prescribed as being correct or most effective
E. g. The proprietors are keen to implement the best practices in food preparation, storage, and serving.
6. Bite the bullet - decide to do something difficult or unpleasant that one has been putting off or hesitating over
E. g. Decisions have to be taken and as a director you have got to bite the bullet.
7. Face the music - be confronted with the unpleasant consequences of one's actions.
E. g. We would later have to face the music over our bold moves.
8. Flavour of the month - A person or thing that enjoys a short period of great popularity.
E. g. Comedy shows are currently the flavour of the month.
9. Carrot and stick approach - A policy of offering a combination of rewards and punishment to induce behavior.
E. g. At their organization they often use the carrot and stick approach.
10. A flight risk - A person who appears ready to leave a job or relationship, presumably for a better opportunity elsewhere.
E. g. Dev is a definite flight risk.
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