The post is being shared more than 4,300 times and has received more than 1,000 comments, all of which have been positive.

It has received over 3,600 likes and 1,500 shares.

The poster, who is also a member of the community, says that the post was shared on Reddit because he was late for a meeting.

“It’s the first time in my life I have been in a meeting where people weren’t willing to let me have my say,” the post reads.

“I’m still getting over that first week.

I’m still being a bit of a dick and making sure everyone knows that I’m there to support them and not just make sure I can get a table and some drinks.

It’s just been a little bit frustrating.”

The post has received a lot of support from Reddit users, who are not happy about the behaviour of the group.

“People are really angry about it,” one user said.

“They’ve said it’s rude, disrespectful, and they don’t want to see it happen again.

I think that’s what makes it so powerful.”

Another user commented: “This has been an incredible learning experience for me.

I’ve been at work for more than three years and I haven’t been to meetings in about six.

It feels like everyone else is trying to make it work.

I know that this is not a huge issue, but I’d like to see other people take action to help others who are feeling this way.”

Another commenter said: “It is a very difficult situation to be in and it’s very stressful to try and make the meetings happen, especially when it’s not really a priority.”

The poster says he’s been doing a lot more work since his first meeting, and he’s happy with his performance.

“As long as I can keep myself on the right side of things, it will work out in the end,” he said.

Another user said: “[I]ve learnt so much, and the more I do it, the more things I will learn about my profession.”

He says he wants to make sure that others don’t have to do the same.

“Being a professional in a business can be stressful, so you can’t just sit there and make it happen for everyone else,” he wrote.

“There are a lot better ways to do things.”