Business Meetings Don’t Need Fancy Agendas

They need people to stick to bullet points

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I’ve attended thousands of business meetings via telephone, video, live chat, and in-person. Almost always, they run longer than necessary. I can’t even tell you how many times I’ve had to head straight to cafe drive-thru for a triple-shot to keep myself awake the rest of the day.




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