Meeting Wizard Shares Tips for Meetings on YouTube in a Funny Format

Shirley Fine Lee, author of the book “R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard's Approach” has put a few meeting improvement tips on YouTube. The educational and humorous videos cover topics such as problem solving, key meeting components, rabbit trails, and how to stay awake in meetings.

Lewisville, TX, January 04, 2008 --( Why do typical office workers groan when they are called into another meeting? In too many cases, their resistance is a result of painful memories of bad meetings that were largely a waste of time. Shirley Fine Lee's book, “R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard's Approach” provides a no-nonsense and much-needed guide to planning and conducting meetings so they are as productive, effectual, and smoothly run as possible. Now the author and meeting facilitator has added four of her most requested tips from her book and presentations as free video clips on

In the short educational videos on, Ms. Lee as a Meeting Wizard provides a humorous view of what typically goes wrong in meetings and quick hints on how to handle those problems. In one video, she has bunnies appear on the film as she reports on how to avoid rabbit trails in meetings. In two other videos, Ms. Lee defines the key components of her R.A!R.A! meeting management approach and what her D.A.G.G.E.R. problem solving acronym means in an amusing way. Her funniest video contains three ideas for staying awake in boring meetings.

Find the four videos on YouTube by searching for “Meeting Wizard” or view the videos using the following hyperlinks.
"How to Stop Rabbit Trails in Meetings" at
"3 Ways to Stay Awake in Meetings" at
"How to Problem Solve in Meetings" at
"Defining R.A!R.A! Meeting Management Approach" at

When looking for a funny way to start a meeting or make a training point, consider using one of the Meeting Wizard videos on Each video is less than two minutes in length. If further meeting improvement is desired, buy Shirley Fine Lee's book, “R.A!R.A! A Meeting Wizard's Approach” at to find serious solutions to meeting problems. A little amusement and good meeting management can go a long way in getting employees more motivated to participate in meetings. For information on Ms. Lee, visit her website at

Shirley Fine Lee