Internet breaks with suggestions for handling lull in meetings

ANI | Updated: Mar 25, 2018 19:22 IST

New Delhi [India], Mar. 25 (ANI): The internet is breaking with suggestions on how to handle a meeting when you have nothing to say.

The topic is trending on the micro blogging site, Twitter, and people from left and right are sharing their unique and hilarious suggestions.

Here are some of them:

The whole thread started with comedian Adam Hess's tweet which read, "Took 28 years to realise that no matter what the meeting is about, if you randomly chime in with 'it's just about finding that balance' people will always agree".

Jon Sutton, the editor of The Psychologist magazine, replied, "Similarly, I find "It's a double edged sword" works well".

Another user replied, ""It's about remaining true to those core values"."

Another user commented, ""We have to think carefully about this"; "There's no easy solution"; "We need a plan"".

Another user wrote, "Just stop the whole meeting and say 'this needs an action point.' Done. Promotion."

Another user commented," ?????? "Let's play it by ear" is one I recently picked up".

"I think that if we look at this through a commercial lens then we can effectively square the circle (someone actually said this in a meeting last week, I literally had no idea what they meant)", read another tweet.

(ANI)

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