Cut 10 Hours of Meetings By Doing This…

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Even before a global pandemic moved everyone to Zoom meetings, in-person meetings have mostly been culprits in wasting time and negatively affecting productivity ever since the meetings were “invented”.

To prevent meeting overload and scheduling non-useful meetings, you can ask these two questions before considering a meeting:

  1. Will you have something to contribute?
  2. Will you have anything to gain that you can’t gain from meeting minutes or a recording?

If the answer to both questions is “No”, then you should consider declining the meeting.

[Read the full article on the “2-question rule”]


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