Quick Tips Surviving Video Conference Fatigue

  • Avoid scheduling back to back video conference calls.  Include a break between calls to give you time to get up, stretch, get other tasks done, and to give your mind a break from the video stimulation.

  • Do Not sched...

Remember being in the office and walking to the copier, breakroom, or restroom and a coworker would ask in passing, “Hey, how are you?”  And your response in passing would be, “I’m fine.”  There was a time when “I’m fine” was the standard answer and everyone would go o...

What is one failure/mistake you made in your career? How did you professionally recover from this setback?


Yes, as an HR Executive, I asked this question many times during the interview. No the goal was not to make candidates sweat during the interview. And it wasn't e...

The recent COVID-19 pandemic has quickly impacted the way we learn, work, and live. Educators have quickly pivoted to virtual learning platforms.  Business owners have shifted operations to comply with social distancing requirements while servicing customers and keepin...

What is the number one complaint my clients have in discovering their purpose?  It’s hearing direction from God. 

Read it when you get a chance: 1 Kings 19:11-13…

What will you hear when you let the noise pass and get quiet?

Journaling is an important part of my coac...

Today's Coffee & Career Conversation: Making the Most of Your "Get Ready" Time!.  Great news for those teleworking, you no longer need the same amount of time to “get ready” for work if you are teleworking. (But remember, to change out of your pajamas).

Imagine what you...