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Popular culture entertainment genres include action-oriented shows such as police, crime, detective dramas, horror, or thriller shows. As well, there are also other variants of the drama genre, such as medical dramas and daytime soap operas. Science fiction shows can fall into either the drama or action category, depending on whether they emphasize philosophical questions or high adventure. Comedy is a popular genre which includes situation comedy (sitcom) and animated shows for the adult demographic such as South Park .

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No meeting ever made it through an agenda. Very few opinions/minds will change at a meeting in real-time. everyone is looking at their phones the room isn’t big enough to fit everyone presenter is using slides with static representations of data present the group with two potential solutions to a problem, you will leave the meeting with a third potential solution Important things never really happen at a meetings. decision will be revisited shortly Nothing good ever came from voting at a meeting. There is no process to be discovered that makes meetings “effective”. choose to ban all meetings If you make it difficult for people to meet with you, they probably won’t meet with you. if you make it easy for people to meet with you, they probably will meet with you. Meetings should not create more work. Engineers in particular hate meetings When you don’t know what to do, don’t call a meeting. meetings are the most important “tool” you have

But Meetings Are Important

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It is absolutely correct and a great way to view time management in general. Read it and internalize it.

I believe, however, the post might be interpreted literally and used in a way that could cause difficulty in a growing company rather than to clarify reality.

“Maker time”, aka engineer time, is the most valuable resource in any product effort and everything should always be done to treat engineer time as the precious resource it is and to make it as effective as it can be, especially in an early stage [tech] company when the company is effectively one collective coding brain. Amen.

That said, meetings are just as important for engineers as they are for “managers” or “marketing” or “sales” or “execs” or any other functional part (means job function like eng, marketing, product, sales) of a company. Often engineers can miss the importance because striving for efficiency causes a certain blind spot relative to the larger opportunity of meeting.

The shortest way I can say this is that the most important thing in growing a company or team is to of course focus on getting things done, but the only way to get the things done is by having meetings, by talking. There is no doubt that a group of people not meeting will get a lot of stuff done. It can be said with equal confidence, however, that by not meeting the stuff that will get done will lack cohesiveness, quality, and a shared set of values — the wrong stuff. The most expensive thing a growing company can do is get the wrong stuff done. This risk is magnified the larger the team, but clearly starts with just a couple of people.

The question is how to get the right stuff done. The answer is by talking, listening, and discussing. Those together are the ingredients for a shared understanding and with a shared understanding the micro-decisions that everyone makes every day whether writing code, creating positioning, deploying a build, designing an experience, and so on.

Talking, listening, discussing should not be thought of as “soft skills” or worse a “waste of time”. Call it talking or call it meeting, but no matter how good each member of the team is at the “hard skills” of their discipline, I am confident even the best are not psychic. That’s why teams need to have meetings.

Where meetings are generally misunderstood is that the effort to make them efficient, goal-oriented, and conclusive is exactly what shuts down discussion, causes people to think about what to say next rather than listen, and generally prevents collaboration.

We tend to think of meetings themselves as the main event, when in reality meetings should be the practice sessions. Instead of thinking about meetings as the regular season, think of meetings as practice drills or warm-ups. The real main event comes when you’re actually committing work to the screen. If you have done enough drills with your teammates then there’s a really good chance you know how they will react, how they can help, and how the work you’re committing will impact the overall “game”.

And since no one thinks they are above practice, we can agree no one is above meetings.

Since no one likes to redo work or revisit plans unnecessarily, we can agree that the best tool to avoid that is to use talking and listing—meetings—to get to and remain on the same page.

The reality of a company beyond the seed stage is that failing to communicate and collaborate result in massive inefficiencies and rework. And nothing upsets anyone more than having to redo work unnecessarily. In fact, people will spend countless hours debating whether to redo something rather than just a short time redoing just to make that point (reworking shipped code also introduces bugs, I get that). While it is common to view this as an engineering problem because code is expensive, to someone in marketing redoing messaging or redirecting a vendor for an event are each equally costly.

Bringing this back to manager schedule versus maker schedule, one important consideration is that everyone at every level in a company is a maker in something. Every single job function has work products that are created. Even CEOs and execs need to have specific work products that they create on their own and do not pass along or “vend out” to others. For a fun description of hiring out people to do your own work, see Michael Kinsley’s Cargo Shorts In Blue Dark blue Pier One 5igqQ
which is the best post on what managers do I have read.

Meetings Come In ManyTypes

Some meeting or time management systems attempt to force a classification of meetings before having a meeting. You decide what a meeting is for and from that decision the length of meeting, the format, the preparation, attendees, and more just follow. Given that I think most meeting should be lightly unstructured, it is no surprise I put little faith in meeting “systems”.

There are, however, ways to classify meetings. The most useful reason to classify meetings is so that you have some idea as an attendee or as an organizer as to why everyone is sitting at a table burning hours. Once you recognize why a meeting is happening, it is much easier to participate as well as to reach a state of meeting attendance.

Each of the following meetings types is offered along with an approach that focuses on sharing, calibrating, and informing rather than trying to reach approval or decide something.

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I remember the first day I dropped off my daughter Jaime at day care, in the home of a work colleague on the Navajo reservation. All day long I had trouble concentrating. Now that little girl is a pediatrician, who had the following published in the San Jose Mercury News. Breaks my heart.

I remember the first day I dropped off my 14-month-old daughter at day care. Despite the bright room full of toys she was terrified. She cried the entire day. At pick-up I could still hear her frantic wail, “Mammaaaa!!!” Unlike Antonio, once safe in my arms, she quickly calmed. Each day she cried less and played more. Our strong, consistent relationship helped her “cope.” She knew I would always come back.

What if I had not returned? What if Antonio had been “ripped from his mother’s breast while feeding him” to be housed in a “tender aged” detention facility? We know what happens.

When traumatic events are prolonged or repeated they become toxic. The physiologic stress response (fight or flight response) goes into hyper-drive: children panic, scream and look for the reassurance of a parent. If the stable parent relationship is missing, the hormonal stress response persists and changes brain structure with long-term negative consequences: growth delays, sleep disturbances, tantrums, attachment difficulty, learning disabilities and problem behaviors. What’s worse is the collective impact of each adverse childhood event may extend into adulthood with higher rates of substance use, anxiety, depression, diabetes, obesity and heart disease.

Antonio wasn’t separated, but he was detained with his mother. Soon after he developed breath-holding spells. When frightened, he stopped breathing, turned blue and passed out. He was never separated. For months he cried at night, even in his mother’s arms. His language development stopped. Any detention, even with a parent, is harmful.

The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) represents more than 66,000 pediatricians in the United States and has repeatedly opposed the detention of children. While the executive order signed by the president ends family separation and the recent court injunction mandates reunification, children remain separated and families now face indefinite detention.

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