Wednesday 29 April 2020

What brings you joy online and in person?

"I don't think I can stand another Zoom meeting" says my client.

I get it. Many people have gone overboard. Change fatigue of a different kind has arrived.

Here's two great articles to help you to understand and deal with the affects of being online.

I'll be right back. How to protect your energy during Zoom meetings.

Video chat is helping us stay employed and connected. But what makes it so tiring - and how can we reduce ‘Zoom fatigue’?

Now don't get me wrong here. I love Zoom. I use Zoom to do 80% of my work with my clients. I don't however use the technology for more than 3 hours per day.

What we need I suggest is greater perspective, more discipline, and soon better online and in person harmony

Below are some questions I suggest are very worthy of your answers and actual responses.

Most people are still having way too many meetings. There is simply is no need for most meetings.

1) What could you change about the meetings you're involved in? What will you actually change?

Working online using technology like Zoom was once a bit of a novelty for a lot of people. It's not anymore!

Once we are allowed real human contact again we have a great opportunity to ensure online and in person harmony.

2) How will you decide to live in the new online and in person world that will be here before you know it?

In the new world a lot will be the same because some things are as they should be.

A lot can be better though right?

A key way to decide how who you will be and what you will do differently in this new world is to fully get what's bring you and other people joy.

3A) What brings you joy? How will you live a more joyful life?

3B) What brings other people joy? How will you help your family, friends, colleagues, employees, customers/clients to live a more joyful life?

Be remarkable.

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