As COVID gets better or people begin to lose the fear of it, a habit I wish continues to exist are walking meetings. They make everything better. I have been taking them for the past decade or so, that said (as someone that rather always meet in person or do a no video call) I never took so many, especially as 2021 started.
I was thinking… what makes walk in meetings better? I suspect someone had written about this.
Better than that, there is a 3 min TED talk with 3.4M views. Gotta love the internet.
Besides this TED Talk, I recommend you to read HBR: How to do walking meetings right.
Also, gotta walk more. Miami in the winter (as same for SF for that matter) have great spots for walking.
After a weekend in Miami Beach, I'm spending my week by Brickell. Great place to go for a walk near the water.
Have a great Tuesday.
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