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“That's my "BHAG" - the big, hairy, audacious goal.”
“Harry Audacious Goals, which they shorten with the nifty acronym BHAG pronounced”
“*** (*** My friend and colleague Jim Collins coined the term "BHAG" - Big Hairy Audacious Goal.”
“It's the most underrated and misunderstood program of this administration," said Warren, who referred to PEPFAR as a "BHAG" (big, hairy, audacious goal).”
“But this week, the consumer electronics industry on its own set a "BHAG" big, hairy, audacious goal to recycle enough electronics to fill a 71,000-seat NFL stadium.”
“Would love if I could get all of you to help me promote this – I am giving prizes etc starting tomorrow, onmy Abundance Highway site, to people who promote me and my BHAG.”
“Suzie: BHAG – still a bit scary – launched my studio online today with a sale.”
“When I set first gave myself this BHAG I planned that my Attraction plan would continue on to attract $$$$ for The China Library Project.”
“They encounter one another twice more before agreeing they have the same list and strategic BHAG.”
“Now I read where proponents of nanotechnology are looking for a BHAG of their own.”
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Seen some funny ones lately, so I thought I'd make a spot to collect them.
These are acronyms that spell out "common" phrases. I'd like to only use ones that you see in use around the...
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* self-reminder: simpler spelling, oldest english words, bahuvrihi words?, anchor-ideas, dbrwntrix
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