…Growth is optional.” John Maxwell While we are recovering from the shock of this change that almost broke the world, we should remember that change is inevitable. We act like … Continue reading “Change is inevitable…”
Like many millions of people these last few months, I am guilty of wearing semi-blinders as I went into the shutdown. I tried to schedule and conduct my life as … Continue reading The Semblance of Normality
I don’t understand people. I was talking to a coworker today before I entered the building where I work, and we discussed “everything”: the forecast, our job security, God, family, … Continue reading Dangerous Thinking In The Pandemic Era
The economy has taken a beating with this shutdown, with tens of millions of jobs lost in the US alone and hundreds of billions dollars (at least). Many governments and … Continue reading Can I Live With Dying For The Greater Good?
Here are some more things I have learned during this pandemic. Get to the store early/ period. more stock. fewer people. less chance of infection or missing out on toilet … Continue reading Shutdown 2020: What Have I Learned? (Part 2)
What have I learned, staying home by myself and not interacting with anyone in person, keeping six feet between me and anyone else when in public or at work, stocking … Continue reading Shutdown 2020: What Have I Learned? (Part 1)
I was scanning headlines and lead paragraphs today and I came across this sentence: Social distancing is the norm. Is it the norm? Does it feel normal to you? It … Continue reading Is This The Norm?
I’ve had this thought for a while and I have tried not to say it to anyone, family, friend, coworker, or stranger, for any reason. But, as we all process … Continue reading This Is How Easy It Is