The Sunday Yarn ~ Conference

Prompt ~

copyright - Joe Owens 2015


They gathered for a brainstorming meeting below the ‘share an idea’ sign.
The expectation to be creative and deliver amazing ideas weighed heavily upon them. The insecurity of actually sharing their ideas ……….. What if they get rejected? What if people think the ideas are tacky? What if they think I am a fraud?

As regional leaders we have a responsibility to help our brothers. As leaders we have a responsibility to help them. Without creating a sense of security we shall never get them to get out and vote. But how do we create such an atmosphere?

They must feel that their lifestyle has been upgraded – or they shall not vote for us at the coming elections.

The infighting was apparent in their attitudes. There were meetings within the meeting and nobody really concentrated on the problem at hand. They were more interested in the bits of roasted beef tossed at them.

Words  < 200


Sunday Photo Fiction

Thank you Joe Owens for the prompt.


15 thoughts on “The Sunday Yarn ~ Conference

  1. Isn’t that so true. In all my professional career I have only attended a handful of productive meetings. Sometimes all it takes is the right kind of food to sabotage a meeting. Thanks Aesop for supporting Sunday Photo Fiction.

    • Meetings are places where hours are lost and minutes are kept.

      I regret missing last prompt since I have been regular on this for a long time. I am sure it shall touch new heights …….

      Al the best.

  2. If this were just not so true. If we could just find enough roast beef to throw at them to keep them busy until some/many problems could be taking care of by more accomplished people than our politicians.

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