Why “taking it to the next level” is lazy

It’s overused and ambiguous.

The next level is not necessarily a good thing.

The next level is not a compelling and tangible result or benefit.

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Lynn Rivest

Lynn Rivest

I talk about building a minimalist biz + aging boldly — health, wealth, connection — as a midlife entrepreneur.

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