Have you ever identified a problem in a team meeting and spent so much time on the problem that you dissected it into several other problems, and then you forgot what the original problem was?

Furthermore, you and your team (or client) became so overwhelmed by the new problems that no solutions or actions were identified and a month later you remembered the original problem and repeated the same pattern.

Sound familiar?

This happens when the team or your client is seeing the problem through different lenses and you are rushing to solve it without getting a consensus.

When solving problems you need to get your team or your client on the same page.

When everyone sees it the same way – the solutions come much faster.

Otherwise, you will repeat the pattern of unproductive meetings and cause more stress and frustration.

What’s your number one tip for a great meeting?

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