Lessons well learned satay with you forever.

Lessons you can share during times of adversity.

When you want to achieve big things in life, listen more than you talk and learn the lessons. Seek good advice which will help you to cope better with this life-changing crisis. One day you will die, and some people will cry, while many will forget you. Of all the great things I have learned about humans is while they are alive, I need them.

You are in an unprecedented time. The COVID-19 pandemic is having an impact on the health of our loved ones, the businesses we rely upon, the health of the global economy, and the way we live our daily lives.

As you continue to navigate through these unique and evolving challenges, there will be many lessons to learn. Maybe there won’t be another time like this, but there will still be many ups and downs you will have to negotiate.

Be constructive, and if you have decided to take action, take it sooner than later. Here is the ‘Prayer of Cerenity’ to help you to navigate your way to the future.

Don’t rely on luck, seek out the lessons from people with practical experience.

Try keeping a Journal to keep track of the lessons you have learned.

The lessons well learned during this crisis will stand you in good stead in the future, so be prepared to keep a journal of all you learn, to help others and for future reference.

  • Caring and sharing can quickly lead to better relationships.
  • Many are stepping up to help, as no one person or business can do it alone.
  • Trust your relationships or change them. 
  • Use powerful attributes to help you in life, like patience and perspective.
  • When it comes to financial matters, learn and rely on yourself.
  • Your ‘way or the highway’ is not going to help anyone.
  • If you don’t get ready to act, you will waste valuable time.
  • Eventually, you’ll grow tired of t everything so welcome the changes.
  • Don’t become traumatised by your negativity; stay positive.
  • Your biggest enemy isn’t the COVID-19 virus, so don’t be brainwashed.
  • Find something which makes life interesting every day.
  • Have a Plan B and C, so if things get worse, you won’t be left stranded.

For the most part, listen to conversations, music, people and even watch programs which contribute to your mental growth which eventually trickles down to your physical growth.

Changing habits and being productive isn’t easy. We all fall off the wagon, and the key is getting back on and staying on for longer. You need to tune out the distractions and tune into your most productive work.

Contact us for a copy of the tool “Causes of Stress”, it will help you identify your biggest lessons yet to learn, https://faqsupport.com.au/contact-us/

Key Message: The first thing is to digest what CODIV-19 means concerning your family and your business and to reset objectives for the next six months, to help ensure you will be able to survive the impact. If you need help, please contact us.

Quotable Quotes.

“Take some time out to carefully think and reflect on your experiences and relationships. Look for the lessons you have learned so you can apply your findings to similar situations in your future”. Peter Sergeant

“The past is where you learned the lessons and the future is where you deploy the lesson”. Peter Sergeant

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