Friday, October 9, 2015

Five Watches to Make Your Boring Meeting Survivable

We love meetings. Everyone does. Meetings are where like minds confer and develop beautiful plans. Meetings are where we learn and grow as human beings. Meetings are where our spirits soar, are places from which our bodies emerge refreshed, rejuvenated, and ready to take on the world.

Or maybe not.

During meetings, our mind searches for every possible exit, even if we know that our body can't follow.

We want to kill the boredom with our phones. But looking at your phone during a meeting is considered rude and perhaps even insubordinate. It's not something you can easily get away with more than once or twice and still hope to keep your job.

In days gone by, there was the "BlackBerry Prayer"—in meetings, people would appear to be praying, heads bowed, eyes focused on a distant object, lips moving in silence. Everyone's BlackBerry was strategically positioned under the table.

While doodling is a time-honored way to pass the endless hours, you may have a hard time explaining why Elvis appears on your notepad.

But a watch...well, unless you have a smartwatch and are fiddling with the buttons in an obvious sort of way or issuing verbal commands to your watch (something that smartwatch wearers might do unconsciously, even in a meeting), you can certainly get away with glancing at your beautiful watch without anyone raising an eyebrow.

Here are five watches, pure, sweet eye candy, to keep you awake, smiling, and happy during meetings.
Collection watches
Jaeger-LeCoultre Geophysic Universal Time

Franck Muller Vanguard Gravity
Métiers d'Art Savoirs Enluminés - Caper (7000S/000G-B002)
Vacheron Constantin Métiers d’Art Savoirs Enluminés
Blancpain Villeret Traditional Chinese Calendar

Alain Silberstein Marine Krono

Photos are from their respective manufacturers. 

1 comment:

  1. First choice :Alain Siberstein👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻😄😄