How Asynchronous Communication Can Easily Fix Your Zoom Fatigue

This post was originally published on Builtin Instead of filling up calendars with video calls that drain energy and constrain working hours, incorporate asynchronous communication into your organization. Here’s how to get started doing just that. Remote work is now a prevalent reality of the business world, and I don’t believe we can or will ever …

How I Network Remotely

This post was originally published on BuiltIn. With in-person networking events shuttered due to the pandemic, it would be easy to let your professional development go by the wayside. But by mastering remote networking, you can keep growing your connections. I’ve attended a considerable number of in-person networking events. Whenever I travel for work, I …

The Future of Work is Flexible

This post was originally published on BuiltIn. The COVID-19 pandemic will almost certainly change the future of work in unpredictable ways. Smart companies will seize this opportunity to offer their employees greater flexibility. Prior to this year, many companies had firm rules against working remotely. Work happened only in the office, and remote work wasn’t …

What My To-Do List Looks Like

It’s not a secret, especially if you listen to the MakeWorkWork podcast, that I am an avid to-do list maker.

I use one task list app (Todoist) to run almost everything in my life. I recently reflected on how I keep my tasks organized and realized that there are several specific things I do to stay organized that I can pass along to anyone, regardless of the to-do list platform that they use. (Sad to report that these might be slightly less relevant if you are using pen and paper, though.) Here they are: 

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