Idiom: to make a splash

Definition: to attract a lot of attention; to get noticed Examples: 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. About Matt KrauseMatt began his...

Idiom: to make waves

Definition: to create a significant impression; to cause trouble, to be disruptive Examples: At your new job, be sure to speak up at meetings. You want to make waves right from the start. I didn’t know anyone at the dinner party, so I kept quiet. I didn’t...

CXO letter 20190417

Link to the original article: https://www.ft.com/content/65225c76-5c5e-11e9-939a-341f5ada9d40 About Matt KrauseMatt began his professional life as an import buyer, and since 2006 has been teaching companies how to connect with their investors and clients better. His...

CXO letter 20190410

Link to the original article: https://www.ft.com/content/49e058d0-4a4a-11e9-8b7f-d49067e0f50d About Matt KrauseMatt began his professional life as an import buyer, and since 2006 has been teaching companies how to connect with their investors and clients better. His...

CXO letter sample

———- Forwarded message ——— From: matt@krauseenglish.com Date: XYZ Subject: CXO Letter sample To: xyz@xyz.com A favorite word that I’ve run across an unusual number of times in my readings this week is “slog.” This...