CXO letter sample

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A favorite word that I’ve run across an unusual number of times in my readings this week is “slog.” This word can be a noun or a verb, and using it will take your language out of the dreariness of day-to-day communication into the higher level of “colorful.”

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Idiom: to make a splash

Definition: to attract a lot of attention; to get noticed

Everyone is talking about the new movie. It really made a splash.
That new book is really popular. The author is on all the talk shows. She really made a splash.

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The default answer is no, and solid financials are just table stakes. So what is it?

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