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The One Question You Should Ask About Every New Job, by Adam Grant, in the New York Times
Walking Meetings: Can You Solve Hard Problems While Walking? by Ben Casnocha
Yes, The Air In Your Office Is Slowing Down Your Brain
How To Be Efficient: Dan Ariely’s 6 New Secrets To Managing Your Time | Observer
Empathy Is Key to a Great Meeting
Why Everyone From Beethoven, Goethe, Dickens, Darwin To Steve Jobs Took Long Walks and Why You Should Too
10 Tricks to Look Smart in Meetings by Sarah Cooper
Meeting Tricks of Top Tech Execs
Stop People from Wasting Your Time
7 Research-Based Ways to Save Time | TIME
How to Have Meetings that Aren't A Waste of Time
Open Relationship Building: The 15-Minute Habit That Transforms Your Network - Forbes
9 Habits You Need to Stop Now
Speak Up in Meetings – and Become More Influential at Work
Don't be an idiot - Technology etiquette for business
Researchers at Harvard find that the less time we have for our commitments, the more they come to dominate our thoughts
How to Expunge Painful, Pointless Conference Calls
The Single Most Important Habit of Successful Entrepreneurs | Entrepreneur.com
Weak Ties & High Bandwidth: The Value of the Conference | LinkedIn
Parkinson’s Law: Work Expands to Fill All Available Time
How to Not Suck at Meetings
Susan Cain Interview: 5 Things You Need To Know About Introverts
9 Facts Every Creative Needs to Know About Collaborative Teams - 99U
MIT researchers say that certain words, like "yeah," could help you appear more persuasive in meetings.
The perfect elevator pitch:
How To Run Your Meetings Like Apple and Google - 99U
10 Laws of Productivity
Google's Larry Page on Why Moon Shots Matter | Wired.com
Jeff Bezos, the ultimate disrupter
Five magic slides.
Gamifiying Goodness: Reversing the Stanford Prison Experiment
How to tell if a VC or other funding meeting went well...
A day in the life of Elon Musk
The Best Office Chair: Herman Miller Mirra.
Meetings Are A Skill You Can Master, And Steve Jobs Taught Me How | Co.Design: business + innovation + design
95% of what you want to meet for can be easily handled in a 5-minute email exchange.
"Next time you hear something really stupid, don't adhere to it. Fight it or ignore it." ~@SherylSandberg (via @cjc)
5 ways to improve all those awful meetings at the office:
"You can make progress in anything with 50 coffee meetings. Get started." ~@msuster
Efficient Staff Meetings. Choose two.
"Make a meeting better, or an engineer more productive." ~ @jslavet
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