Seriously, that any of us can get up each morning in 2020, get ourselves out of bed, and get through the day is heroic.
The cumulative effect is my new experiment. I’ll give it a week, observe the outcomes, and adjust as needed. One hour, one day, one week at a time…for now.
There has been loss of life, health, employment, social connection, pursuits we love, physical and emotional wellbeing, and, on some days, a loss of hope. The pandemic is causing an epidemic of grief. And, yet, we expect and are expected to ‘soldier on’.
Since studies show that patients do better with care plans, why wouldn’t the same be true for those working in pharma and healthcare? What would be different for you and your team if you had your own plane for wellbeing, particularly during a year like this one?
Communicating with authenticity during challenging times.
Let’s contribute to #flatteningthecurve through #physicaldistancing not #socialdistancing
What strategies are you using to get through this challenging time? What conscious choices can you make so you can be productive, find some joy in each day, and do what you can to stay well?
Calm before chaos – saying yes to new experiences, a glass of champagne, and to choosing how we respond when curveballs and viruses and stock market crashes come our way.
More life lessons from Buenos Aires – balancing the importance of being mindful while allowing ourselves the opportunity to see the bigger world around us.
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