Meeting Tokens (for Merlin)

Getting these made. Big bags. Each bag will have one of these as well.

  • Seven Morris 8y

    no wonder he loves you.
  • Patrick Phipps 8y

    genius
  • mordantmouth 8y

    If I save them up & cash them in @ once, can I leave early?
  • tracey long 8y

    ...what does one have to do to earn these?, i am almost afraid to ask.
  • Mike Monteiro 8y

    You don't earn them. You get a set amount per week. You need them to call meetings. For example; if you want to call a meeting with 2 co-workers for 30 minutes that's going to cost you 4 tokens.

    This all started when I realized that most people call one hour meetings becuase that's the default on Outlook and Google Cal. If you start a meeting at 9 the end time auto-populates to 10. People are lazy and start thinking of that as the default right amount of time for a meeting.
  • Seven Morris 8y

    You're a token...
  • bdc0 8y

    Is there an letter-sized sheet of these I can print out?
  • Mike Monteiro 8y

    Hey bdc0, I'm making these. They'll be for sale here in big bags soon enough, but if you wanna make a sheet for personal use I won't stop you. Just don't sell 'em.
  • GIJoeBob 8y

    A totally wonderful idea. I look forward to their implementation.
  • z345am 8y

    Mike: genius.
    i treated my job exactly like this for 28 years.
    then had enough & resigned. so sad.
  • z345am 8y

    Mike:
    & another point i meant to include -
    1. for all the rubish meetings called,
    its amazing what gets done unofficially at lunch
    or around the vending area, smoking area etc.
    always threatened to start smoking (cigarettes)
    to be in on certain info.

    2. a lot happens in pre- & post-meeting

    3. a lot of substance happens in the last few minutes
    of a one hour scheduled meeting
  • Mike Monteiro 7y

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