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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

MSNBC: Meetings can make you stupid

I kind of figured they would, since it is mostly a time to either be bored out of your mind, or to feel stupid for even being there while you could have spent your time so much more efficiently by being productive.

There is more to it then meets the eye, because a study has shown that many of the attendees meet their Waterloo a gathering like that. They may not be aware of the fact that it is all in their heads.

Apparently, people are easily intimidated by others who come up with a brilliant idea or presentation. The feeling of inferiority takes over and results in feeling stupid comparatively. The result: when you feel stupid, you act stupid, and visa versa.

That is a vicious cycle unless someone breaks it and jumps off the bandwagon. An e-mail or memo is much more effective, takes up less time and everyone keeps their dignity.

Maybe someone ought to call for a meeting and present that to the group?

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