I wish I would have said something in a meeting while sitting across from a blabbering mouth that didn’t know when to stop flapping. Instead, I missed speaking up at the meeting intelligently because I was preoccupied with why I was even there. I spent the next 10 minutes trying to come up with a clever one-liner that would set the world straight.
Meetings—everyone has them. Some people like them; others despise them. Some are short, some are long, some are productive, and some are a drain on the brain of everyone in attendance. Many people don’t recognize they have a meeting problem until it is too late.