Why All Managers Must Audit Their Legacy Meetings to Improve Results and Not Waste Time

Meetings are wasting people’s life.

According to Protocol, “the average professional had 5.6 one-on-one meetings per week, up from 0.9 in February 2020.”

Meetings are a vortex of useless babble enacted by managers who seek control. They schedule meetings as it’s something they’re supposed to…

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Small Biz Investor, CEO, & helping others improve their performance, profit, & potential w/out sacrificing what’s most important. www.nateanglin.com/newsletter

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