• Lech Guzowski

It's ok to...

Updated: Sep 8

It's ok to... have dodgy wifi stand, sit or lie down for meetings switch off your camera to have a stretch or an apple have pets, partner, housemates or children gatecrash your video conference turn (another) video conference into a walk and a phone call instead not check email or ping out of hours add some gaps and pauses to your day to think and rest put your family before your work not know everything be confused say 'I don't know' ask for help have a cry talk about it not talk about it challenge things you're not comfortable with

feel like these are crazy times, because they are crazy times have a crappy day have a great day share things that have helped you smile say you're not ok

This is Google's well-being manifesto, does your organisation have one? Should it have one?




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