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July 20, 2015


This is an amazing post! I agree with everything that is in here. Half the time I put my conference line on mute, while I work on other more important/necessary tasks because I wasn't really needed on the conference line to begin with. I get the feeling that the more people there are on the conference line, the more likely people are to not be paying attention and the dialogue gets scattered more quickly

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