6 Tips for Introverts to Deal with Zoom Fatigue
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.
Prioritizing Self-Care During COVID-19
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.
Anxiety & The Vagus Nerve
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.
Chucking Kale at your Husband with Meredith Cochie Ross
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… )
The Human Chameleon
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.