Setting Boundaries to Prevent Zoom Fatigue
In this episode I share why Zooming is so tiring; talk about setting boundaries to prevent Zoom fatigue, and share my 7 top tips to help you be more efficient, more effective and much less exhausted.
I talk about what happens in the brain that causes you to be so tired… that way you can guard against it.
Listen in as I run through the 7 top tips for setting boundaries to prevent zoom fatigue.
I talk about
- Is a Zoom meeting really necessary?
- Why you need to ensure your focus is in the right place
- My PONDER acronym that helps you to keep meetings efficient and effective
- Why agendas are really important and not just a nice to have
Have a listen to:
- Why you need to keep clear start and finish times and how to handle people being late to the meeting
- Why you need to have 25 or 50 minute meetings rather than 30 or 60 minute durations
- How you can effectively block times for no meetings in your day or your week and why you should
- What happens in your brain when you’re distracted, and reasons why you need to reduce distractions
My two final tips talk about turning your camera off and how that helps you be able to concentrate better and why you should even consider picking up the phone instead!
I hope that’s helpful. If you have any questions let me know!
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