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100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings: How to Get By Without Even Trying Paperback – October 4, 2016
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"Cleverly written and illustrated, 100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings is sly satire that will bring endless joy to anyone who has ever endured the drudgery of corporate life."
―Dan Lyons, writer for HBO's Silicon Valley and New York Times-bestselling author of Disrupted
"A hilarious, enlightening read for anyone who's ever been stuck in a conference room. With delightful snark and sarcasm, Sarah cleverly skewers our coworkers for ridiculous behaviors that we would never, ever do. It's funny because it's true."
―Adam Grant, Wharton professor and New York Times-bestselling author of Originals and Give and Take
"I laughed so hard I had to leave the meeting I was in."
―Jake Knapp, New York Times-bestselling author of Sprint
"Sarah Cooper is uncannily spot on when describing the seemingly innocent behaviors of people attempting to impress others. It'll make you literally LOL."
―Christine Tsai, Founding Partner, 500 Startups
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Cooper also illustrates really well, with a cartoon on almost every page. My favorite is the What To Do With Your Face section, where she shows the impact and importance of numerous facial expressions employed at meetings (See below). Her economy of line alone is worth the price of admission. Hirschfeld would not disapprove.
Cooper belabors the obvious to great effect (“Like most women, I’m not a man”), and her sarcasm could get anyone fired. It all makes for a delightful, effortless read that should replace the dreary One Minute Manager on every desk.