Bulletize

Bulletize – likely a combination of the words “bullet” and “summarize”– bulletize means to take a large body of text and convert it into a series of bullets (usually two or three) that summarizes the main point(s) of the passage.

“John, I read over your idea and I think it’s great but I recommend you BULLETIZE it so that the client can clearly see the two to three main points you want to convey.”

History of Bulletize:
Like most buzzwords, bulletize likely got created by some lazy, pea-brained boss that, in haste, could not process enough brain-power to express that he wants a passage of text to be placed in a summarized format using bullets. Nope, had to create this stupid buzzword in the process.

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