Define Nothing Phrase Meaning

Nothing Phrase
Phrases that lend no value, insight or confidence to a situation and are made in ignorance as an attempt to assert ones dominance or leadership. Usually coming from an inept leader or manager who is either insecure about their station or unable lead properly.

The reality is - nothing is really being said and, in reality, only serves to highlight someones insecurity, in effect doing the opposite of the intended effect.

Any man who must say, "I am the king" is no true king - Tywinn Lannister

Spoken: "How everyone stops talking and gets back to work."
Reality: ā€œIā€™m insecure and need to say something, I will use a nothing phrase to seem important right now.ā€
By Georgina