Covid-19 Visual Stories
People often ask how to make presentations more engaging, slides more professional, and meetings more productive. Countless books full of advice have been written to address each of these concerns, but none of those suggestions matter if you don’t have one thing: time. The biggest mistake a presenter or meeting facilitator can do is waste … Continue reading There’s One Simple Thing That Can Make Your Presentations, Meetings, and Slides Better.
In our current virtual world, many of us are on back-to-back Zoom calls and are experiencing extreme Zoom fatigue. Pre-Covid, you would have walked from one meeting room to the next when you had back-to-back meetings. Now, you switch rooms with a click of the mouse, giving you no off-screen time. To counter this, schedule your … Continue reading Presenting Better Virtually
These myth busters are what some people actually believe. Unfortunately, if these infographics aren’t being read, they’re not fighting misinformation.
For those lucky enough to not know what it’s like to feel unsafe in your own home, the stay-at-home order might feel like a burden or make you feel a bit cagey, but for women and men living with abusers it could mean life or death. It’s been known and reported that domestic violence increases … Continue reading Domestic Violence Increases with Quarantining
Spending way too much time on Twitter looking at the novel Coronavirus updates, I felt overwhelmed and a bit disheartened with most of the information. There was little information available about the virus itself, and when there’s little reliable information people tend to catastrophize. The average person doesn’t read peer reviewed articles. They don’t even … Continue reading Living with Mental Illness in the Age of Coronavirus
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