Thomas Jefferson and Preparing for Meetings

Karl Fogel via John D. Cook: His purpose was strategic: to show up at the meeting with something so substantive that everyone else would have to fall into the role of simply proposing modifications to it, so that the overall shape, and therefore schedule, of the project would be roughly as he wanted.” Now that…

Karl Fogel via John D. Cook:

His purpose was strategic: to show up at the meeting with something so substantive that everyone else would have to fall into the role of simply proposing modifications to it, so that the overall shape, and therefore schedule, of the project would be roughly as he wanted.”

Now that is a clever plan.

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