said when presenting the final argument; lastly
To sum it all up...
to briefly summarize or assess something
said when expressing a fact, claim, or opinion, especially after justifying it
At the end of the day...
said before expressing the main point or argument
When all is said and done...
means when everything is settled or taken into consideration; said before one's final statement or judgment about something
To wrap it up... / To wrap this up...
said when summarizing or finishing something
said when speaking about a general situation; generally or considering everything
One solution would be…
used to propose or suggest a fix
I strongly suggest…
used to recommend something, such as a solution, you absolutely believe in
This is the key to...
said about a suggestion or idea that one believes to be an effective solution or method
said about something that is required or essential in accomplishing something
We need to think outside the box.
used to invite the listener to think in an original, creative, or expansive way
We have to do our part.
used to invite the listener to do what they can to help achieve something
We're all in this together.
used to encourage people to cooperate with each other in order to achieve something
You have to pull your weight.
used to encourage the listener to work as hard as everyone else
We have to act now. / We must act now.
means to take action right away
We have to do something before it’s too late.
used to express the urgency of taking action right now, before the problem starts or worsens