Hi everyone. With everything that we are going through lately, I felt compelled to share my perspective. I hope that the words in this message will help you get through these trying times and hopefully give you a perspective that will make you feel better and motivate you to be who you are meant to be during these times.
In light of the struggles many individuals and corporations are facing during this time, I am offering my assessment, coaching, virtual workshops, and consulting services at no cost until April 30, 2020. If you need someone to brainstorm ideas and solutions with, feel free to engage me by clicking the Contact Chris button below, and I will offer my expertise as needed. We need to support each other during these times and use our strengths for the greater good. Let’s be in this together!
Thank you, and be safe!
Feature photo from Unsplash.How to Navigate Change in Times of Crisis
Disneyland is closed. The N.C.A.A. canceled March Madness. Major League Baseball has halted spring training. Ireland cancelled all St. Patrick’s Day parades (WHAT!?).
New York is banning gatherings of more than 500 people, including Broadway shows. The U.S. stock prices are as bad as they were during the 1987 crash.
The corona-virus outbreak has sent pandemonium to all corners of our lives. Even though as humans, we are hardwired to resist uncertainty, the good news is our minds are flexible and can be taught to thrive during change.
During times of change, there are many things you can do, both personally and as an organization, to thrive during change:
You are in control of your choices…be an example during these times and exemplify strength, calm, control, and above all compassion. We all react to situations differently. Be there for your family, neighbors and co-workers. Listen, encourage, and know just because we cannot see the light at the end of the tunnel does not mean there isn’t one. Let’s all just be human.
By Dr. Chris Sopa, stay connected on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn. Feature photo from Pixabay.