Nothing to do with privilege.
Jason Fried

Except, in your article you condescended about how others manage their time based solely on what you PERCEIVE when looking at their calendars without any other knowledge of their work lives. You then claim that how YOU manage your company has no bearing on how your teams are then able to manage their calendars and time as if there is zero relationship between the two. What I said was based entirely on your own observations of how people who DON’T WORK FOR YOU are able to manage their schedules. Again, as the CEO, you are in a position of PRIVILEGE to set the agenda for how meetings and mandatory check-ins occur. The difference between the two is ENORMOUS. Please don’t pretend there is no relationship between upper management and the ability of everyone else to manage their time efficiently. That would be intellectually dishonest.

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