The greatest lesson from the past month
The world changed in a matter of weeks last month.
Coronavirus spread fast and has impacted the entire globe.
In our lifetimes, we’ve never encountered anything quite like this.
Not that posed such imminent thread with such urgency.
Nothing that has shut down travel, major industries and venues, schools, and businesses like this before.
The impact will be felt for years to come, no doubt.
Both emotionally for those who’ve lost loved ones but economically as well.
Uncertain times lead to panic and fear.
And we end up making decisions from a place of panic and fear - which will never be the best, most rational ones.
In times of fear, most people pull back. They retreat.
People don’t like uncertainty because it violates the TOP need all humans have - the need to know they’re ok. That survival isn’t at stake. That they’re not about to lose everything.
But if you’re reading this today, evaluate what your life is right now.
Are you sitting in a warm home with food?
Do you have everything you need?
If so, and you’ve got loved ones close by, remind yourself that right now you are ok.
And you will be ok through this and on the other side.
Because it will pass, even if the days are beginning to feel long.
So, I just wanted to ask you – what can I do for you to make your life healthier and better today?