“It’s not whether you got knocked down; it’s whether you get back up.” ~Vince Lombardi. The end is only the beginning. This cornavirus environment has brought
Spread the word, the cashless society is coming and so is the end of the world. Just not yet.
It’s a little late to chime in with righteous indignation about how close we are though. Going cashless is simply not much of an inconvenience to most of us, but it’s more about the symbolic snapshot and the state of the times.
It’s time to get a grip folks. In recent days, it’s become even more evident: Life has changed. People have changed. Circumstances have changed.
Or, have they? Take a look at these 4 Things we must address this week!
Everyone has them, right? The things other people do that we just can’t seem to cope with. The things that are fingernails on a chalkboard to you! The things that get your dander up!
You might want to read the full story. YOU may just be one of mine!
You can learn a lot when you ask the right questions. Especially when you are honest with yourself about the answers. But it’s not enough to answer the questions. The big question is what you will do with the answers.
Once you answer these questions, you will have an opportunity to take the next step. Remember, to change your life, you must change your priorities and habits. These questions will get you started on that journey and help you to identify areas of your life that you can adjust or modify.
Yes, the coronavirus carousel continues, and it seems as though the operator can’t find the “stop” button. But the good news is that you can get off any time you want! It’s a simple decision, really. And perhaps you’ll find yourself laughing rather than suffocating under the cacophony of noise around you.
Remember this: there is hope. You can do it! You can climb out of the rut, and you can get up off the mat!
Whatever your dilemma or conundrum, the big question is this: What are you going to do about it? And, when?
The warning signs are everywhere: Lower GDP, higher unemployment, rising federal debt. The numbers are staggering, and it could be 2-3 years before America hits a financial recovery in stride. For example, airlines say they may not be back to 2019 levels until 2022-23. This is not a scare tactic, nor is it fear-mongering and we aren’t delving into conspiracy theories.