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Book of the Month
By Cameron Herold
"Meetings Suck" by Cameron Herold challenges the notion that meetings are inherently unproductive, offering actionable strategies to optimize their effectiveness. Through real-world examples and practical advice, Herold emphasizes the importance of proper management and training in meeting etiquette. The book advocates for investing in resources like "Meetings Suck" to transform meetings from burdensome obligations into valuable opportunities for growth and collaboration.
Meet the Author
Cameron Herold grew up in a small town in Northern Canada. His father, an entrepreneur, quickly realizes that traditional schooling isn't the right fit for him due to his severe ADD. Instead, he teaches him to reject the idea of working for others and embrace the world of entrepreneurship.
By the time Cameron turns 18, he had already started 14 different small businesses, discovering his passion for making money and building companies that employ others. At just 20 years old, he owned a franchise business that employs twelve people, focusing on painting houses. Throughout his twenties and early thirties, he leaded three successful businesses and provides guidance to over 120 aspiring entrepreneurs. Notably, he is a reference for Kimbal Musk, Elon Musk's brother, during Zip2's initial funding round in 1995.
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