Meetings. Why?

Does this conversation need to be a meeting? Does anything?

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By Caity Weaver

Humanity has spent millenniums confined within the earthly limbo of meetings.

Ancient Egyptians, to name one subset of mankind, had multiple hieroglyphs to convey the concept of “council.” From this, we can infer that at least some of them spent pockets of time assembled in groups for the purpose of consultation, a council without meetings being like a rodeo without bulls: just a bunch of clowns sitting around.

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