Cliche In A Time of COVID

In these unprecedented times, shouldn’t we be having a conversation about how the use of cliche is on the rise?

As a thought leader, I am shocked and appalled – fed up to the back teeth, even. I’m passionate about pushing back against such poverty of expression. It’s no longer fit for purpose and should have gone out with the dinosaur.

We should reach out to our halo groups and give them a heads-up, incentivising them to leverage cutting-edge pedagogy and ramp up language from the Shakespearean playbook, even though it might be out of their comfort zone, so we need to show them that it’s on the table.

Whatever we do, we should tick all the boxes and touch base to ensure that we are all singing from the same hymn sheet. We need to deep dive into the issues until we can get it over the line. People will need to pivot to avoid getting thrown under the bus. Let’s cascade this, roll it out, and drill it down.

This wake-up call could be a game-changer, going forward.

Remember: the clock is ticking.

About Henry Gee

Henry Gee is an author, editor and recovering palaeontologist, who lives in Cromer, Norfolk, England, with his family and numerous pets, inasmuch as which the contents of this blog and any comments therein do not reflect the opinions of anyone but myself, as they don't know where they've been.
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