Business jargon is an incredibly powerful form of communication in the business. These words are an effective way to speak with like-minded businessmen and they have the added power of showing those people that you know what the hell you’re talking about.
Alone these words have their own power. But imagine for a moment what would happen if they came together in a glorious union?
I’ll tell you what happens. Fireworks. And not the legal kind. I’m talking about the dangerously explosive ones that everyone wants, but no one’s parents let them have unless they live in or near South Carolina.
What’s most amazing about this word combination is how the power of both of the words are multiplied when placed together, resulting in something I call (and have trademarked) Mega Wordz™. This is just as easy to use as a regular business word, just two to three times as powerful.
Delivering a “Presentation” has the potential to change hearts and minds. While giving a “Proposal” can bring in millions of dollars in billings. Consider the power then, when you deliver a Presen-Posal™ to a prospective client!
A “Spreadsheet” is a great way to compile date on just about any facet of business. While a “Memorandum” is a great way to announce details of the company picnic effectively. But what would happen if you sent out a SpreadoRandum™? I’ll tell you. The whole company not only knows what to bring, but they know what everyone has brought to the picnic for thirty years!
I first discovered this phenomenon in 1992 when I combined the words “Roladex” and “Day Planner” into the Mega Word™ “PlanaDex” offhandedly at the Lake Havasu “MindStorm”. Needless to say, that wasn’t the last time I used the technique.
Another important point I would like to cover is the power of trademarking these new explosive word combinations we create. When you trademark these new words, you now have the added advantage of being able to sue the pants off your coworkers (even your boss!) for trademark infringement.
If that doesn’t put you in the position of power you’re looking for in your current job, then it might be time to look for another job strategy. Or should I say Jobrategy™?
See what I did there?