THRIVING IN CRISES

 

Hey guys, you know how they say necessity is the mother of invention, well; I saw that a common theme that runs through what everyone is saying during this lockdown is that you can turn crises to gold. There are a lot of opportunities inherent in this global crises: I mean, you are locked in anyway, you got to do something out of the ordinary to thrive at this times

For instance you can expand your restaurant business into home or office food delivery, if the customer can’t come to you, you can take the food to them (while being properly kitted against the virus of course) you can start your online school, you can write that book you have been desiring to write. There are so many things you can do aside binge watching movies, you will agree with me watching movies get boring too. The truth is we were wired for productivity and there is a sense of accomplishment that we get when we are being productive, besides an idle mind is the devil’s workshop.

And I am not saying this is easy, change of any kind is not exactly easy especially since you may even have children playing and disturbing your concentration or just plain needing your attention. I know a lot of people will breathe a huge sigh of relief when this is all over but don’t expect that things will go back to normal. Already, lots of things are being institutionalised as we speak, like the 5G  network, folks, the world is changing, something is happening to our psych, new businesses are coming into existence as well as new way of doing things.

A lot of people are wondering if the world is coming to an end, may be the world is not coming to an end today but with the signs of the time, it certainly feels like we are in the beginning of the end. Therefore stay alert, stay immersed in the word of God, pray fervently, repent and turn to God, make the best of now, make exercise a part of your daily routine and eat less otherwise you might just realise you have gained so much weight after all this. And how do you exercise? Walk round your house or yard no matter how small as many times as you can manage. Play hand ball or football or hide and seek with your kids and stay safe.

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