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Cut These Meetings From Your Week to Focus #1983
January 22, 2022

In episode #1983, Neil and Eric talk about which meetings to cut from your week to improve your focus. We’ve all had those meetings where we don’t understand why we had to be there. Tune in to learn our tricks for trimming the fat and only attend the meetings that matter.

TIME-STAMPED SHOW NOTES:

  • [00:20] Today’s topic: Cut These Meetings From Your Week to Focus.
  • [00:30] Why you should cut any meeting where there are multiple people within your department.
  • [01:30] How to audit your past meetings to determine which ones were useful and gave you energy.
  • [02:28] Why it’s useful to cut out meetings that contain information and updates that could be conveyed over Slack or email.
  • [03:22] Neil’s philosophy on doing quick calls for updates to avoid unnecessary meetings.
  • [04:03] That’s it for today!
  • [04:11] Go to https://marketingschool.io/live to apply for our next event in Austin, Texas!

 

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