Matt Homann From Filament On Making Unreasonable Requests

"We use unreasonable requests to make people better at asking for things."

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Most meetings we’re accustomed to – I think most of us would agree – are ordinary, at best.

By contrast, Filament, a radically different Startup in St Louis, designs and facilitates extraordinary meetings.

In our conversation, Matt explains the creative approach Filament uses to increase participation and solve the problems that matter the most.

The objective of a meeting is usually to make something better, or create something new. Over years of planning meetings, Matt realized the meeting process itself is crucial to achieving these things. And that is often overlooked, at a high cost.

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Drew Davis is the creator and host of STL Community Cast, a podcast that examines innovative and impactful projects in St Louis. In each episode, Drew converses with a project leader to uncover the purpose and passion driving their work, and the impact of the project in St Louis and beyond. To keep up with cool projects and hear directly from the visionaries behind them, subscribe to STL Community Cast on your podcast app of choice, or connect with Drew on Twitter and Soundcloud.