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have the right idea

A phrase used to show one's approval for what someone else has done. You guys sure have the right idea, living in a beachfront property like this. Look at that sunset!
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have the right iˈdea

have found a very good or successful way of living, doing something, etc: He’s certainly got the right idea, retiring at 55.
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But having the right idea for launching your business is only the first step toward success.
TO BORITT, HAVING THE RIGHT IDEA means that both the particular stylistic vocabulary and logistical restrictions of set design flow organically.
This just goes to show the amazing results that can be achieved by having the right idea at the right time.
Having the right idea has to be paramount in the eyes of entrepreneurs as well as those holding the purse strings.
Wycliffe's efforts at Christian reform are a textbook case of having the right idea at the wrong time.
It's about having the right idea - and the tenacity and determination to follow it through.
Much of OUT/LOOK's success comes from having the right idea at the right time.
It's about having the right idea at the right time,' said Mr James, 23, and now living in Bath.
Our problem is not one of not having the right ideas to overcome the crisis.
You have to raise the investors' awareness that here there are entrepreneurs able and willing to win external financing and having the right ideas and business plans," said Tina Mendelson of USAID.
ALBERT HUISH certainly prepared the way from having the right ideas as a young boy in Cardiff, then finding a wife who encouraged him in his ideals ("Tributes pour in for former Lord Mayor for Cardiff Albert Huish", December 22).
In the final analysis, Zhang and other liberal intellectuals of his generation can be faulted for having the right ideas but never finding the right means to realize them.
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