- Where’s your gap?
- Where’s the ‘be careful’ zone in marketing your beers?
- Are you minding the gap?
The gap is an idiom, according to UsingEnglish.com.
“...to warn passengers to be careful when leaving the tube or train as there is quite a distance between the train and the platform.”
Does the gap then need to be literal? I think we all have gaps in different places in our lives, businesses and so forth for a variety (infinite probably) of reasons.
Gaps aren’t the enemy. It’s minding them that you need to pay attention to. When you mind the gap, you’re paying attention to and tending to what needs consideration.
Don’t gap out. Gap in. Pay attention and it’ll pay off.