#1 The importance of connection
Whether it’s seeing friends and family, a smile to a stranger, or a chat at the checkout, the importance of having regular and real connection has never been more striking. Adapting to our new ’normal’ in lockdown has forced us to be really creative about how to stay connected and meet that need. Never again will I take for granted the opportunity to hug a friend, chat with people on the street, or sit with work colleagues.
#2 The power of community
#3 Kindness is the best gift of all
#4 Technology isn’t all bad
#5 Living in the present helps
#6 Slowing down has been wonderful
#7 Resilience is a key life skill
Thinking about your own resilience?
One of the things I created during lockdown to really help people build and sustain a level of resilience for life was my programme ‘The Resilience Formula’. If the subject piques your interest, then go have a look here.
And if you’re not just ready for that, but want to keep exploring content like this, then check out my Amazon bestselling book ‘Have it All Without Burning Out’
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