Before a meeting, give yourself a budget of "Poker Chips", with each chip representing a comment or contribution to the meeting. Use your chips wisely, and leave the rest of the space for others to contribute.
Multiplier Discipline: Liberator, remedy for: "Always On" Accidental Diminisher.
By being small, others get a chance to be big. By being big less often, your own ideas will be more impactful.
Here are some ways you might Go Big and play your chips, and when you might want to Go Small:
You create more room for others to contribute, and your own ideas will be more heard and influential.
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