100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings
176 pages, 2016
business & management1082 books
Sarah Cooper emphasizes the importance of nodding in meetings. It's a simple trick that can make you appear more engaged and intelligent. So, next time you're in a meeting, remember to nod along to show that you're following the discussion.
Cooper suggests using jargon to appear smart in meetings. But remember, it's not about throwing around big words aimlessly. It's about using them in the right context to show that you understand the topic at hand.
One of the key takeaways from 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings is to ask smart questions. Even if you don't fully understand what's being discussed, asking a thoughtful question can make you seem more intelligent and engaged.
If you want to impress your colleagues, take a look at this trick from Sarah Cooper. She suggests translating percentages into fractions. It's a simple way to show that you're not only listening but also processing the information.
This trick is a real gem. Cooper suggests repeating the last thing an engineer said in a meeting. It shows that you're paying attention and understand the technical aspects of the discussion. Plus, it's a great way to appear smart without having to come up with your own ideas.