Never undertake Drawnalism in a language you don't understand. Such is the advice offered by Dario Paniagua on LinkedIn and it is some advice which we can get right behind....
The origins of the picturesque phrase – to put lipstick on a pig – are a bit obscure. But in common speak it has often come to mean making the unpalatable look better than it is.
In our hearing, it is often deployed in describing unsuccessful efforts to make meaningful change inside businesses and institutions.
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