Have you ever noticed that at the end of a long web conferencing call like on Zoom or Teams, you feel way more drained than if it was an in-person meeting?
The term for this is “Zoom Fatigue”, and even if you use another tool like Microsoft Teams or Skype, it’s a real thing and a lot of us are feeling it these days.
In this episode, we’re going to share with you 5 tips to beat Zoom Fatigue and still stay productive in the day, even if you’re staring at a screen full of meetings all day long.
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- The top 3 productivity resources for this week [2:25]
- Why despite the advanced tech, online calls are so fatiguing [7:53]
- Why you should use the “Active Speaker” mode whenever possible [11:40]
- Why Thanh never prefers using the grid mode over “Active Speaker” mode, even when speaking to a group [14:02]
- Why AE recommends you turn off the self-view option in a Zoom call [19:35]
- The power of taking mini-breaks [23:14]
- Why you should push to do meetings with your camera off if you can [27:47]
- How multitasking can ruin a Zoom meeting for you and everybody else [34:58]
- Check out the Productive at Home Course
- Fatigue, Procrastination, and Being Unproductive…These Are Some of the Penalties of Ignoring This One Thing (TPS237)
- 6 Tips for Running More Effective Meetings (TPS195)
- Why Taking Frequent Breaks Is the Key to Productivity
- Work From Home Challenge Day 4: Reenergize With Breaks
- How To Design Your Environment To Make It Work For You, Not Against You
- Work From Home Challenge Day 3: Create Time And Space To Focus
- TPS291: How To Design A More Focused and Productive Work Environment (TPS291)
- Brain Rules: 12 Principles for Surviving and Thriving at Work, Home, and School
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