(1). To explore a topic in more detail, usually during internal training sessions or strategy presentations, mainly to allow the speaker to show off his knowledge on a mundane topic that likely is of interest only to him, and possibly, his boss.
(1). The main point you gleaned from a relentlessly long and confusing conference call. A key takeaway is generally addressed within the first three to five minutes of the call, followed then by an hour or so of irrelevant fluff.
“Thanks for making the call, everyone. I think it’s safe to say the key takeaway is that we need to have another call. How does next Wednesday look for everyone?”
(1). An unbalanced individual who cannot stop themselves from starting multiple businesses, no matter how successful (or more likely, unsuccessful) they turn out to be. It’s very similar to how Patrick Bateman cannot stop himself from killing people and doing sit-ups.
“I’m somewhat of a serial entrepreneur. My new venture is an upscale restaurant in midtown. Dorsia? No, it’s not like Dorsia. Nobody goes there anymore.”