(1). To be careful in your work. You, I’m looking at you.
“I don’t know what I’m going to do with Michelle. She’s been working here for three years and still can’t seem to be able to color inside the lines on anything! I think it may be time to find a new Michelle.”
(1). A common phrase used by sales managers to encourage their employees to work longer hours and more aggressively market their products. The phrase is intended to imply that there is potentially more they could be doing to sell to new clients, when in reality, it is simply a ploy to make it appear management has a longer term plan for the company.
“Team, we really need to take it to the next level if we’re going to continue to claim to be the premier firm in the feral hog extermination industry.”