Listeners shouldn't distract or undermine the speaker. But in a business meeting, they have every right to daydream, think about their spouses, play Words with Friends, answer important (or frivolous) emails, or otherwise ignore everything the speaker says, writes Joey Asher. People are required to sit through so many presentations these days — and so many of them are bad &mdahs; that it's just not reasonable to expect people to pay attention to worthless drivel.
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