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Five Questions To Ask Before Making a New Meeting Request

  1. What is the goal of this meeting?
  2. Can this meeting happen asynchronously?
  3. Is this a high-priority or urgent task?
  4. Do these types of meetings regularly run over the allotted time?
  5. Do we run out of items to discuss in these types of meetings?


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