Guy has ten things to learn once you leave school for business. Managing meetings rates high. You feel terribly important being invited, but the way they run and whether they were “good” appears completely mystical. Maybe this is because they are mostly a waste of time? Second is the brevity / business language piece. You’ve used every rhetorical trick in the book to pad essays up to a “reasonable” length, used sparkling adjectives in a superfluous manner, and suddenly you have to write short, compact sentences that communicate? In the first person? Very hard – we used to have to beat it out of people (mentally) at the Waz.