(1). Your standard presentation to a prospect where you showcase all of the hot chicks in your office and a couple of grayhairs who should be able to answer hard questions, assuming they stay awake during the meeting.
“Jim, you and Ashley have to meet with this prospective client tomorrow at the W in Times Square. Just give them the old dog-and-pony show and get out. I don’t see this as a short-term prospect.”
(1). To refine an analysis or proposal after a client tells you to try again. The term is typically heard during an embarrassing tap dance after the materials your new analyst prepared for the meeting ended up being a total mess. Next time, you might want to take a peek at the book before you walk into the the meeting, champ.
“I hear what you’re saying, Peter, and we’ll go back after we break up here, sharpen our pencils and get those new estimates to you ASAP … in the meantime, any updates on our last three invoices? Just checking…”