Fast Co Design has an excerpt from Ken Segall's recent book that gives insight on what it's like to be in a meeting with Steve Jobs. He relates several stories from his own experiences working for Apple's ad agency Chiat/Day, like witnessing Jobs call out an attendee — "I don't think we need you in this meeting," she was told — at a packed conference table. Segall uses this and other anecdotes to explain the importance of small groups of smart people in business and creativity. For more on Steve Jobs' business techniques and his adherence to the "religion of Simplicity," check out the excerpt.