The art of meetings

Posted: April 8, 2011 in Uncategorized

Official Sabi policy states: there are no bad meetings. We believe the more we talk and the more people we meet the better chance we have to succeed. We’ve met with University Presidents, guys who have started the greatest restaurant chains in the world, marketing experts, hedge fund investors, and even Arnold Schwarzenegger. The list could seriously go on forever. I just looked through our old Google Calender and our meeting count hit 312 as of today. 312 times we’ve had to sit in a room with someone who didn’t really know who the hell we were and make them believe in what we are trying to do.

We’ve found that meetings are like snowflakes, no two are exactly the same. But, we’ve picked up on some things throughout our experiences that can either lead to high fives and heel clicks in the parking lot, or excruciating hours of awkwardness and palm sweating. So, here goes ladies and gentlemen, welcome to our latest blog series “The art of meetings.”

Tomorrow morning Shaan will start things off with his post about why coffee shops might be the worst place to ever have a meeting. This weekend I’ll back at the helm bringing you my insight about why being the first to cuss is essential in meetings. Talk to you guys then.

-Trev

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Comments
  1. Anonymous says:

    What’s going on with the restaurant?

  2. sabisushi says:

    Unfortunately because we’re in the middle of negotiations we can’t disclose much information about the progress of the restaurant…trust me, it’s killing us that we can’t tell people what’s going on yet – but once we have a deal we’ll definitely tell you guys the full story!

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