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Take A Walk! Work Smarter and Live Longer

We know that sitting is bad for your health and has been dubbed “the new smoking.”    Two years ago I got put on a fitbit and started walking, and haven’t stopped.  It’s benefited overall physical health and boosts cognitive function.

I’ve been incorporating sitting, standing, and walking into my work and doing sessions at nonprofit conferences about walking as work.    … Read More

What If Your Fitbit Could Also Track Your Environmental Footprint?

Yesterday, I participated in two seemingly unrelated events that generated that question.    Fitbit and fitness/health apps offer many benefits — they help us become more aware of our healthy habits by measuring and producing data.… Read More

If the Ancient Greeks Had iPhone Separation Anxiety: Fitbippides


Noise to Signal Cartoon

As my work as a trainer pivots more towards leadership development in a networked world,  I’ve been doing more and more training on the topic of  mindfulness at work techniques.  The most recent session was about  walking as work and professional colleagues, like Rob Cottingham, have noticed.  … Read More

Reflections from #15ntc Session Walking As Work and 20/8/2 Rule

I just returned from my 15 consecutive Nonprofit Technology Conference hosted by NTEN!  This year I designed and facilitated a highly interactive session called “Walking is Work: Don’t Call It A Break” with Ritu Sharma.    I also lead a conference networking walk following the session.    … Read More

How To Make Meetings Work for Your Nonprofit (whether you are sitting,standing, or walking!)

Last week, I co-presented a Guidestar webinar with Andrea Kihlstedt on the topic of healthy and productive meetings who talked about the basics for making meetings highly effective. I spoke about standing and  walking meetings.   This post shares some reflections and additional resources about both topics.… Read More