The world is slowly getting back to the new normal. It is the new normal because we are getting back to normal but it is not entirely the “normal” that we are used to. People are slowly getting back to their jobs and some businesses are opening their shops. I’m not sure where you’re from but here in Western Australia, the restrictions are slowly being lifted. There are of course still rules in place but I’m so happy for my friends and business colleagues who are back in action.
Before the crisis, we have done things as we have already done them before. When the crisis hit, businesses kind of went into a shock system. Suddenly they have to think of ways to pivot during this time. This, in turn, made business owners feel deflated and less motivated on how to make these changes in their business and in their personal lives and this thought hanging over their heads, “When will this crisis really be over? What’s going to happen tomorrow, next week, next month?” We are stuck in waiting. Now that the government announced that businesses can now start operating again. This is great news but it did not leave businesses some room to plan.
For those who know me, you know I don’t like using words that have a negative impact or are fear-based. But there is no way around this—we are in a crisis. These things I shared in my Facebook Live will help you navigate the new normal especially if you are a business owner or if you are planning to start a business right now. These five crucial steps will really help you get back into action, feeling empowered! Watch the full video below:
The world is slowly transitioning to the “new normal”.
Is your business ready for it?
This 5 days challenge will prepare you for that. Designed specifically to help you gain fresh clarity and motivation, you’ll be amazed at what you can achieve when you simply take a step back and reflect. It will also guide you through simple reflections that will help you determine what matters to you in business, what your mission is, what sort of brand you’re building, and the kind of work culture you’re creating.