Idiom: shift gears (shift/switch/change gears)
— She’d been working in accounting for several years but decided to switch gears and try out sales.
— I’ve been talking for 40 minutes so now I’ll shift gears and take some of your questions.
— I think this would be a good point to switch gears and review the report's findings.
— I love doing yoga after work. It feels so good to shift gears and relax after a hectic day.
— In the United States it's common for people to switch gears mid-career and go back to university to pursue higher education.
— We had to shift gears when a speaker didn't show up and do a breakout session instead of the lecture.
— Originally we planned to do a fundraising campaign by mail but we decided to switch gears and find a corporate sponsor instead.
— Let's shift gears and review the budget after lunch.
— Tomorrow morning we'll switch gears and break into small groups to discuss how to implement these proposals.
— The beginning of the book is a bit boring but the story shift gears in the third chapter and when the main character loses her job and travels to Africa.
— Okay, why don't we shift gears and discuss product marketing.
— You need to shift gears or we'll never make it through the agenda.
— No one wants to listen to me talk all day. After lunch we'll shift gears and take questions for an hour.
— After I shifted gears and focused on my team's mental health, we soon started winning matches again.
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