Phrase of the day : “Get your act together” as advice to someone who needs to improve their way of working, or just leave. It is often said as a warning, usually from a manager if they think their employees are under-performing.
This phrase is used
Here’s an example:
Employee 🗣 “I just can’t think straight, I’m finding it hard to concentrate”
Boss 🗣 “Right, get your act together! We have a client coming in next week and I need your ideas before they come in”
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