As many of you are aware, meeting in public places until April 15, 2020, is very unlikely, so until we get more information from our Federal, State, and/or Local officials, we won’t be having any live [FLN – Chapter Meetings] or [FLN – Power Lunches].
However, to remain active, connected, and engaged with our fellow [FLN – Members] colleagues, and friends, we must use this particular time to implement some creative and powerful alternatives.
Coming soon to a computer screen near you – [FLN – Zoom Meetings] will begin.
If you have not already done so, you must get familiar with Zoom.
Zoom has become the key to video conferencing, and Zoom will be very relevant as we stay connected with staff, clients and colleagues during this current adventure.
Here are the steps you need to take to implement Zoom.
Simply go to Zoom.com or Google how to use Zoom, and learn more.
You don’t have to create a Zoom account to use this feature, and unless you are planning to host large meetings or more than 40 minutes, the service is free, and getting a good video camera for your computer is important.
This is an important first step in the process, and I am confident we can make this work effectively and efficiently.
If you have already had some good Zoom Video meetings, please reply and let me know about your experience.
In the meantime, stay strong, stay positive and really take this time to plan some big goals and objectives that you are looking to accomplish.