Most hated corporate jargon

//youtu.be/Football Buffling - YouTube

Here are a few that I particularly despise because of their overuse:

[LIST]
[]Thinking outside the box
[
]Touch base
[]At the end of the day
[
]Going forward
[]All of it
[
]Blue sky thinking
[]Out of the box
[
]Credit crunch
[]Heads up
[
]On the same page
[]Proactive
[
]Downsizing
[]Ducks in a row
[
]Brainstorming
[]Thought shower
[
]360-degree thinking
[]Run it up the flagpole
[
]Pushing the envelope
[]At this moment in time
[
]In the loop
[]Drilling down
[
]24/7
[]Mission critical
[
]Granular insights/solutions
[]Reaching out
[
]From a 50,000 (pick your number) foot level
[]Working in silos
[
]Value-added proposition
[]Impact (used as a verb)
[
]Synergy
[]Leveraging synergies
[
]Working as designed
[]Bandwidth (as in “I don’t have the bandwidth to help out)
[
]Cutting edge
[]Leading edge
[
]Industry leader
[]Good PR
[
]Best practices
[]Strategic
[
]Over-arching
[/LIST]

for some reason it reminds me of office space.

//youtu.be/White House Office Space - YouTube

My personal most overused phrases - going for the gold and grab the gusto

how about “grab the bull by the horns” I have to add this one cause I hate it so much! makes my skin crawl!

Git-r-done

Could one of you guys use all these words in a paragrah?

I was BRAINSTORMING and I had a THOUGHT SHOWER, BLUE SKY THINKING, THINKING OUTSIDE THE BOX and thought I would RUN IT UP THE FLAG POLE and see if we were ON THE SAME PAGE. GOING FORWARD AT THE END OF THE DAY I thought HEADS UP CREDIT CRUNCH. AT THIS MOMENT IN TIME DRILLING DOWN IN THE LOOP a PROACTIVE DOWNSIZING! PUSHING THE ENVOLPE in a MISION CRITICAL SYNERGY. I am WORKING AS DESIGNED with BANDWIDTH. I am on the LEADING EDGE of INDUSTRY LEADING STRATEGIC GOOD PR. This is my IMPACT OVER ARCHING 24/7 CUTTING EDGE GRANULAR INSIGHT. REACHING OUT TO GIT-R-DONE!

I tried to get them all but I then got bored and realized how stupid I was being. killed some time though! lol

oh man… Most of those phrases make me feel creepy.

I’ve seen some of those in your winter break required-reading book [I]Getting Things DONE[/I] by David Allen.