With every day that passes, industry associations are coming out with recovery plan proposals to influence policy makers and help re-activate economies more quickly around the world.
It’s the right thing to do as no-one person in any government will have the answers and it’s critical that we can collaborate to create the best plans.
But it made me think about us as leaders and people interested in creating better lives, organisations and communities.
What is your plan for yourself and your team/family over the coming weeks/months?
If you’re on this mailing list a while you’re probably aware that in my mid-20s (now scarily over 20 years ago!) I went through a very challenging personal period – a time that was extremely difficult mentally.
And part of my journey out of that terrain, was to get some help through counselling. I was lucky that I was connected to someone who was perfect for me. And he helped me to gradually turn things around and in the process learn many priceless lessons – that still stand to me today and are as relevant in my business life as much as my personal one.
Something I discovered 20 years ago that has served me well in achieving goals, enhancing focus and reducing stress/axiety was the power of relaxation – done in a certain way to activate your intuition and unconscious mind. I’ve used this approach with private clients for many years and recently have been doing a lot more of…
The very first ‘Inspire Me’ weekly email was in October 2008 – when the financial world had collapsed.
During that time, and over the following years I worked with many leaders as they navigated through turbulent waters – and we learned many things together.
But one of the most important take-aways from that time is the value of pain and disruption. There is always something to be gained in such a time, because when we are disrupted, the edge of possibilities available to us opens up.
I’m sure like me you’re hearing about and experiencing interesting moments during this ‘Corona Period’.
One I thought I’d share with you was from the weekend.