I love the thrill coming out of a good meeting – one where a problem was discussed, a plan put in place, and the next steps laid out.
It is the perfect definition for a meeting if ever there was one.
Then there are the meetings to “talk”, where we schedule up the talk and take time from people’s day to have the talk.
That is called a conversation, it doesn’t need to be scheduled, it just needs to be discussed.
But if you find yourself having many conversations on the same topic, perhaps it’s that you don’t know what the problem is and the even bigger problem is admitting that you don’t know and hiding it around a “Let’s Talk”.
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