It’s still your life, and you are the ‘Owner and Managing Director’ of how you handle the crisis, so in reacting responsibly you should assume eventual outcomes will be not only exciting but beneficial.
Whether you have a team of 1 or 100, every mistake and successful outcome rests on your shoulders. It’s all about how you can handle the problems and the people around you. Don’t let the virus of fear and limitation destroy your ambition; don’t quarantine it right now.
Take care of your physical health and your loved ones. Be of service to others if you want to thrive now and into the future. You must take care of your mental, emotional, and spiritual health as well.
Before you can lead others through the crisis, you have to be able to drive yourself successfully. Your leadership will be dependent on knowing where you’re headed. Then having the strength to carry yourself and your team to a new vision and objectives.
Okay, so maybe your business has been devastated, and your future doesn’t look very exciting, but everyone has to start somewhere to rebuild.
Momentum is sacred. It can be challenging to gain, and when disrespected, it can leave overnight. We have lived in a self-serving culture which is all about instant gratification, which is opposed to the principles required to sustain momentum.
Countless businesses have fallen apart because the leader was unhealthy or lacking in the areas of the critical elements of life and business success. Change can bring on fear and success isn’t sustainable unless you keep learning and become more action-orientated.
Right now, the news could be causing many to feel fear.
The unpredictability of world events alone can be causing you to be fearful. Sometimes you won’t even recognise it as fear; it’s only a feeling of underlying unease. Unfortunately, fear can leave us feeling stuck and unable to take the next actions to move your business or career forward.
What impact is fear having on you? Building momentum will require your patience and diligence. Achieving anything requires discipline. You have to be willing to put the right things in place before you start seeing results and any fears dissipating.
If you have done your homework, this is the time while you have some to spare, become more action-orientated. To use your practical knowledge and connections to educate, inspire, and deepen relationships with your customers, employees and your community.
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Key Message: Pace yourself, don’t push forward aimlessly; significant changes take time and critical thinking. Keep your standards high and those who support you close.
“Band-aids or a pill will not numb your pain of adversity, but action-orientation will”. Peter Sergeant
“People achieve because of their struggles. If you learn from your mistakes and failures and to seek advice to overcome the obstacles along the way, you too will become a winner”. Peter Sergeant