Ihe atụ kachasị atụ anyị na-eji mgbe anyị na-ere ọrụ anyị, na-akọwa usoro anyị, na ịdebe atụmanya na atụmanya anyị na-atụle ịkwụsị. Ugboro ugboro, anyị na-anụ site na ndị ahịa kwuru:
We tried [insert marketing strategy] and it didn't work.
How long did you try it? How well did you execute? What size investment did you make? Let's discuss your retirement fund… if you tried it for a month, didn't meet with a financial consultant, and invested a few hundred bucks, how well do you think you're going to retire?
The metaphor works well because professionals already understand how investments work – whether it's investing in stocks or just putting some funds aside in a 401k. It also sets a long-term expectation that we need to not get excited or disappointed at the highs and lows but instead focus on the long-term trending. Metaphors work!
Ihe bụbu omenka ndị na-ede uri bụzi nkà nkwukọrịta maka onye ọ bụla chọrọ ịmetụta ndị ọzọ, ree ma ọ bụ kwenye.
a ozi sitere na Anne Miller, onye na-ekwu okwu na onye na-ekwu okwu okwu, na-ejegharị gị na uru niile, atụmatụ na ọbụna ihe atụ nke ire ere ahịa dị ukwuu.