You would be surprised when you get to know that most billionaires dont really follow the corporate approach your boss is forcing at you. A good example of it is Mark Cuban. “Shark Tank” judge and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban appreciates efficiency. That’s part of the reason you’ll rarely find him in a boardroom. He doesn’t like unnecessary yammering and prefers people working to their full potential and notifying him the details.
“I hate meetings,” he said on an 2019 episode of GQ’s “Actually Me.” “Nobody likes meetings except the people who bring the doughnuts and the people who love to talk about their kids.”
Oftentimes, they’re a productivity killer, Cuban says. Half the time is wasted talking about “all this nonsense that has nothing to do with getting the job done,” he added.
Rather than taking meetings, Cuban prefers to do most of his business over email to save time. Plus, it provides a paper trail. “I want to do everything via email because that allows me to go back and look something up,” he said. “I can go back and search it five years, 10 years, 20 years [from now]. I’ve got emails that are 25 years old.”