Intentional vs Spontaneous Conversations in Quarantine

Jerry Seinfeld interviewed Barack Obama

How can we manufacture Spontaneous Conversations while in quarantine?

  • Text someone and say ‘Can you talk for a minute?’
  • Call friends on FaceTime who are on Facebook right now (the menu on the right shows who is online)
  • Share your Zoom URL with an open invite, and delete after an hour
  • Host a virtual Happy Hour, create an event and invite people to drop in and say hello
  • Call an old friend out of the blue
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  • Cultivating Company Culture Across Continents
  • Maintaining Clear Boundaries With Your Team & Your Family
  • Scheduling Deep Work vs Shallow Work
  • Setting Standards for Communication Channels

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