Key Learnings About Meetings and Meeting Software

January 7, 2016 at 6:10 PM by John Keith in behind the scenes

The only thing that is constant is change.”


2015, like all the years before it, was a year of big changes for Lucid Meetings. We've had a very good year. Our platform has become more mature and our customer base has grown. We've met new people and created new cooperative relationships with other companies. Business is good.

But we've all been around long enough to know that these external trappings of success can be fleeting; what we can achieve and how we grow both as a company and as individuals will depend entirely on what we do next.

That's why, when we look back at 2015, we pay special attention to what we've learned. Experience and knowledge gained are the key assets that can't be lost due to a shift in the market or any other whim of fate, and that will inform how we go boldly into 2016.

We asked each member of the Lucid leadership team to reflect on the key lessons they learned in 2015, and share them with you here.


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Lucid Meetings Team Photoshoot

June 3, 2015 at 9:00 AM by Tricia Harris in behind the scenes

In our weekly marketing meeting, we review web site traffic and analytics just like any other good SaaS company does. Much to our surprise, we observed over time that people (just like you) regularly visit our "About Us" page.

After taking a look at what we had posted there, we realized that we hadn’t put much thought into telling the story of who we are. And since we’re the type of people who like to show instead of tell, we decided to give people a visual look into our personalities.


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My Year With Lucid: Every Interview Is a Meeting

October 29, 2013 at 11:28 AM by Chris Higgins in behind the scenes

For the past seven years, I've been juggling two careers: technical project manager and freelance writer. The project management part is familiar to most people in tech today; it's a now-common mix of general web skills, organizational ability, and the willingness to do basic calendar math.

The freelance writing bit has more to do with creating narratives and running a business, but functionally there's one big area of overlap: managing time and attention. In both career paths, I work with people and I run projects. So this past year working with Lucid Meetings has put me in an interesting spot as a writer: I'm obsessed with running good meetings, even when they're interviews.


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