Culture, we have learned, is the way of life of a people. Every tribe, region, state and country around the world has its own culture but with the advent of the Coronavirus, the whole world has unwittingly or out of necessity subscribed to a common culture – we find ourselves doing similar things like staying home, bulk shopping, using sanitizers, etc.
The virus disrupted the plans of both the government and individuals, but as sad as this might be, let us remember that there is life after COVID-19. It is one thing to acknowledge this but it is another thing to prepare for it. We would love to share some major areas in which you can prepare:
1. Develop yourself A lot of things will change after COVID-19 is over, things like the frequency at which we go out, how business is done, schools resumption, etc. This period is, therefore, the best time to equip yourself well enough to easily warm up to the new norm after the Pandemic ends. Read books, take courses, build healthy relationships, spend more time discovering yourself. Now is the time to build, not to feel hopeless
2. Plan, Plan, and Plan This would be the time to revisit the things you planned to do before COVID-19 but we cannot guarantee that you will end up doing it the same way you planned to, so you will need to go back to the drawing board. You might not end up working on the same project with the same person so what is your Plan B? You might need more money to execute that project, do you have a Credit Direct hotline on your Speed dial already? The areas to plan differ from one person to another but you shouldn’t be caught unprepared.
What plans of yours had to change because of Covid-19? Share with us in the comment box.