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The basic idea of a meeting is simple: it’s when two or more people get together to discuss one or multiple topics. It can be in a formal or informal setting. It can be among people within an organization or between people in more than one organization. The concept of the meeting is ancient. At their most basic level, meetings are held to bring people together to talk about things. There can be good reasons to have meetings and bad reasons to have meetings, both of which we’ll discuss. There are different kinds of meetings, too, some of which are inherently more productive than others.
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ver since I first started using If This Then That (from here on out referred to as IFTTT), I have been hooked. This is the glue that holds the internet together. I’ve scoured the internet far and wide to bring you the best IFTTT recipes I’ve personally come across. To get started with IFTTT, check out this blog post and the other resources at the bottom of this post. If you have a good grip on it already, enjoy these ideas that will change your life for the better…
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Andrew Spittle wrote "I was catch­ing up on some episodes of Back to Work. Episode 115 was about meet­ings and I fig­ured I’d jot some notes down. I’m glad I did, it was a good show. All insight goes to Merlin and Dan, I just took the notes so I’d remem­ber it. The show stems from a talk Merlin Mann did at Twitter in September of 2010. If you haven’t seen it before it’s well worth the time to sit down and watch it. Merlin started the episode by rec­om­mend­ing Paul Graham’s Maker’s Schedule, Manager’s Schedule. It’s a great read from a few years ago and helps con­struct the ques­tion, what’s the default time chunk you think in? Do you build your day around half-day chunks or is your cal­en­dar full of 30 minute inter­rup­tions? "
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