Although experts have shown that zoom fatigue is a real thing despite where you land on the extrovert/introvert spectrum, for more extroverted, “life of the party” (high exhibition and networking scorers) people, this type of high-energy environment might not seem too bad on it’s own. However, for more introverted types, a day of constant zooming sounds miserable. Here are six ideas for employees and managers to deal with zoom fatigue.
In session two of “Get out of your head and come to your senses,” Rick expands on the breathing meditation he lead in session one, adding a simple, scientifically validated technique to calm the mind and body when you’re experiencing strong emotions during a crisis.
It’s strange that during a time when we’re forced to slow down it seems like our minds are racing a marathon. Floods of new information are coming into our consciousness almost hourly and it can send you into a tailspin if you aren’t intentional about what you choose to bring in, what you choose to leave out, and how you manage difficult information and emotions.
Here are a few tips on how to prioritize self-care during the pandemic.
In response to the global trauma and grief of COVID-19, Behavioral Essentials is leading a live meditation, mental hygiene and variety show every weekday. This podcast series includes live recordings from the sessions so that you can enjoy the content at your own pace, anywhere, anytime. In session one, Rick leads you through an introductory …
In this week’s podcast episode, Rick talks about anxiety and it’s relationship to the Vagus Nerve and provides you with a simple, 3-minute practice that can help you start to overcome it.
In Episode 4 of Natural Tendencies Rick talks to a passionate creative who struggles with dealing with the “spongey” stuff that occupies her mind and the dissatisfaction inherent in being creative…sometimes manifesting into throwing kale at her husband. (Featuring a guest appearance by an epic thunderstorm… )
In our inaugural episode of Natural Tendencies, Rick talks to a successful VP who he refers to as “The Human Chameleon” about dealing with anxiety, growing up with psychiatrists after a divorce and sacrificing your own needs for others.