Struggles avoidance in adversity is a priority.

Wrong strategies lead to struggles avoidance in times of adversity

Tough times don’t last tough people do.

There are many hundreds of things you can do during and after adversity, to help you in struggles avoidance and achieve traction into a better future. There are no ‘quick fixes’; it will take time and effort. The COVID-19 pandemic has probably shaken things up for you in many new ways, particularly on top of droughts, floods and fires.

We have created a series of ebooks to help you through the COVID-19 pandemic and on into the future, while you have to deal with the economic destruction in regional, rural and remote communities.

It is a time when actions are necessary on many fronts across our regional communities, their businesses, farmers, non-profit organisations and the advisors and mentors who support them. Take time out to add your experiences to your knowledge base and have them ready for the next crisis, so you can get off to a fast start in dealing with it.

Finding a new direction can be painfully challenging.

Styryggles avoidance means becoming more action-orientated.

While not everything can be or needs to doing immediately, the one clear thing, everyone needs to become more focused on critical issues as they become more action-orientated. For many people and businesses, the experience is still raw and confusing.

In times of adversity, it is difficult to solve problems and make a decision. You may have just been through a drought, flood or bush fire, but the issues of the CDOVID-19 pandemic takes adversity to a whole new level for the entire population. It is testing people the ability to think and act reasonably and in a practical way.

Hone in on the possibilities you have, not only to handle the COVID-19 pandemic mentally but to help you make the necessary adjustments to a better future.

The FAQ Support’s Regional Knowledge Factory can provide much practical support with trusted tools, processes, checklists and analytics products and services. To share the insights, tips and advice, you need to stay ahead in these challenging times; we are well-placed to assist you in creating a better outlook for your business, non-profit organisation and your community.

There are many conversations about our fight against the COVID-19 virus, which imply combating the virus is unnecessarily destroying our economy. Or, said another way, to preserve the economy, we need to relax our fight against the virus. What do you think?

Struggles avoidance should become your top priority.

With so much uncertainty about the future, this is a time to seek out the possibilities and options you might need to create a better outlook, and this will include adopting a positive attitude. It’s certainly not a time to be wishing and hoping.

Right now is the time for you to shine. After each article, I suggest you list the actions you need to take. Stick to the most critical activities only as there is so much to do, You can revisit when you are looking to undertake more actions. It’s time for you to step up and be the leader you aspire to be.

A new planning paradigm can help in struggle avoidance.

If you would like further suggestions on how best to handle your plans going forward, please contact us for tools, processes and checklists. Make your requests here,

Quotable Quotes

“If you want to find a way to continue to achieve your dreams, don’t lean too heavily on your own understanding of what you should do and seek further advice”. Peter Sergeant

“The true test of your knowledge and leadership is the ability, and capacity to function productively in a crisis”. Peter Sergeant

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