Sarah Cooper, the funny comedian famous for her lip-syncing videos of Donald Trump, has a new book called “100 Tricks to Appear Smart in Meetings.” In this book, she reveals the sneaky things people do in meetings to seem smart, even if they don’t really know much. It’s like a guide to looking intelligent without putting in much effort to learn.

The book has illustrations and examples that show you how to use fancy words to sound smart, even if you’re not sure what they mean. It covers all types of meetings, from the ones where you stop paying attention right away to those awkward last-minute gatherings you’re forced to attend.

If you read this book, you’ll start noticing these tricks in your coworkers and managers, and maybe even in yourself. But remember, it’s all meant to be funny and not to be taken seriously. It’s a satirical take on the boring and sometimes silly world of corporate life.

Dan Lyons, the writer for HBO’s Silicon Valley and a bestselling author, praises the book for its sly humor that brings joy to anyone who’s endured the dullness of corporate life.

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