I'm fairly new to this business thing and I have a question about the typical business meeting. Why do I continue to see donuts, bagels and juice?
I understand that they are inexpensive and travel well but if the point is to have a productive meeting, feeding and eating these foods is counter intuitive.
You see, when we eat high sugar or nutrient deficient carbohydrates we not only set ourselves up for a crash within the hour, we also miss out on a huge opportunity for impact.
Let's look at your brain as a machine for a moment. How about a machine on your manufacturing floor or even a computer in your office.
Now, let's look at the alternative. It takes a bit more effort and if you are a business that has meetings to plan meetings it might be tough to execute, but if you schedule meaningful meetings and expect to get things accomplished during them, it would behoove you to offer food that enhances the human brain function.
I have been to plenty of meetings where all that was offered was donuts, bagels and juice. I've also facilitated meetings where we start with a fresh vegetable smoothie. Let me tell you, the difference is INCREDIBLE! Not only do the people in the meeting appreciate that you are going the extra mile to provide them with nutritious food, but everyone in the meeting can think more clearly and functions more efficiently because they are collaborating on a SUPERCHARGED! brain.
Fresh vegetables and fruits are great for meetings and conferences, but how about a healthy juice bar where the liquid nutrients act quickly so that you can get more out of the time you spend in meetings or cut the time you spend meeting literally by half or more!
I've seen it and if you've been in business for more than 5 minutes you've seen it too. Give your business an advantage by creating a more efficient environment. Provide vegetable and fruit laden smoothies while you sit down to meet.
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