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This Is Why You Should Feel Free to Turn Off Your Camera on Zoom

Zoom may have become "the norm" during the pandemic, but the video platform can hinder productivity rather than help it.

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There’s no question that Zoom fatigue is real, and we are all exhausted by it. At times, the video platform can feel stressful and ineffective. Even the CEO of Zoom, admitted that he had Zoom fatigue, and JP Morgan’s CEO, is ready to cancel all of his Zoom meetings. 

I am a communicator and connector, and I work with companies of all sizes  helping people, companies and brands define and best articulate their brand and company culture. This was especially important during the pandemic as transparency, honesty and personal connection were key, and we all learned this as we became more casual on Zoom: accepting no makeup and kids and pets in the background.

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