on the fast track

on the fast track

On an accelerated path to success or achievement. Jacob was doing so well in all of his classes that his school put him on the fast track so he could graduate early. Many authors sell books that promise to put their readers on the fast track to wealth and prosperity.
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on the fast track

Fig. following an expedited procedure; being acted upon sooner or more quickly than is typical. Let's put this project on the fast track and maybe we'll see results sooner.
See also: fast, on, track