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Dear ones friends! Most recently, there was talk of anti-vaccine and the fact that people began to be vaccinated against smallpox in the early 19th century. Risto Korhonen rightly adds that, in the past, smallpox was prevented by vaccination:
“It also treated Johan Haartman’s patient in Finland as early as 1754. The planting method was widely used, especially in Ostrobothnia, thanks to Anders Chydenius and his father, Count Jakob Chydenius,” Korhonen writes.
Last March, those working at the computer moved to a remote meeting for the Teams. Teams trainers emphasize that real encounters require seeing – so turn on the cameras! The days of whining, however, I sit in meetings where everyone has their cameras and microphones on. Meetings end in vain and difficult things do not progress. Why do people hold their cameras? Has research information already been gathered on whether the effectiveness of meetings is affected by whether or not people are visible in the meeting situation? Or am I the only one who suffers from initials balls at the bottom of the screen?
– I don’t feel comfortable in the closet
You are not the only one! Throughout the past year, the reading circle has been squeezing into initials about speaking alone. I myself happened to a friend’s house among the meeting. “No worries, Mickey and the camera are on,” a friend announced.
Teams trainers are right – video makes communication easier. It allows you to avoid misunderstandings, show interest in another’s speech, and communicate wordlessly with gestures and expressions. Microphones, on the other hand, are often held closed while others speak so that the sound does not rotate. All of this, of course, streamlines the meeting and thus the productivity.
While there are pros to video calling, it doesn’t care about all of our ways of communicating. First, meetings lack a sense of space. Where you meet or meet says something about the content of the meeting. Normally, at the beginning and end of a meeting, announcements are exchanged, unlike in video meetings. Small talk can waste working time but also motivate employees.
The video call also lacks odors, eye contact, body sign language, handshakes and hugs.
The manager can humanize themselves by displaying the video children’s messing up your home or, respectively, want to hide this side of themselves subordinates. Sending a video directly from home can feel distressing. Some employees may feel that it is not their duty to disclose their privacy to work. An initial letter box can be an objection to a mix of leisure and work.
Or maybe a colleague multiplies everyday chores at the same time. According to studies, multi-performance is inefficient, ie it could be argued in itself that holding cameras is a risk to performance.
Why is it that we can tirelessly eat exactly the same breakfast every morning, but if we had the same food all the time for dinner, it would start to get numb in a few days?
– Porridge is a boy
Eating habits are fairly persistent with every meal: the use of food is regulated by the price as well as the time available for cooking, as well as information about the health effects of food. Stability in food creates security and makes everyday life easier. In addition, if all the elements of the meals were to change all the time, food waste would be abundantly generated.
Docent of Nutrition Maijaliisa Erkkola points out that a person begins his life ‘s journey with breast milk alone and is quite satisfied at first. Breast milk covers all food intake as a child, but there is no pill yet to treat such an adult.
The variation in food consumption increases with adulthood. The desire for variability secures the diversity of the diet and partly ensures an adequate intake of nutrients. If you want to survive, you have to eat a variety!
However, the desire for variation is individual. It is influenced by temperament, gender, age, and the physical and social food environment. The content of an experienced person’s breakfast is likely to vary more frequently than aran. Breakfast alone is different from what we would eat with. The environment also determines what is on offer: abundant Helsinki has more options than a poor rural village in Kenya.
People are also not willing to change as soon as they wake up – there is room for variation in the other meals of the day when morning hunger, fatigue and hurry are over. Indeed, weekend breakfasts are often richer and more varied. The routine of breakfast is also determined by culture: Finnish coffee and oatmeal in France are replaced by milk coffee and croissants.