I’m convinced that was the intended effect.
Simon Bohlin
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Based on the response from jelenawoehr, it sounds like Meyer did a good job avoiding this potential problem.

As an employee, if you’re doing everything you can to make your company successful, it’s great to know that your boss is working at least as hard.

A good Sunday morning response would be something like “Thanks for the suggestion. I’d like to mull it over. I’ll follow up with you next week.”

It’s a bad sign if those Sunday morning responses are more like “Thanks for the suggestion. Can you pull the data for the past three years? I’d like to use it in a presentation Monday morning.”

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