So now that you are arguing for consensus at your meetings rather than arguing to win, how much is that tete-a-tete costing you anyway? Here’s an amusing answer to that question. I just ran a hypothetical meeting with a VP Sales, COO and Director of Biz Dev. They couldn’t agree on anything and our meeting ballooned into an hour long discussion. The grand total? $169.56. A waste of time and money . . . hypothetically speaking . . .