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    be fired up about

    There are plenty of things we should be fired up about improving.

    what does this sentence mean? Is that "there are plenty of things on which we should work and improve them"?

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    Re: be fired up about

    "To be fired up about" means "to be extremely excited and enthusiastic about."

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