Photo by sydney Rae on Unsplash Do you dread going back to your fall work schedule? We understand and you’re not alone. Due to COVID-19, you may not have had a regular summer. And it seems like “regular” won’t be back for some time. Many of our clients are telling us they would love to … Continue reading How to Transition to a Fall Work Schedule in the Midst of COVID-19
I’m getting tired of hearing people say, “Just sit on your sofa.” That our grandparents fought the Nazis, but all we have to do is Netflix and chill. Or, “Find calm in the midst of crisis.” As good as that advice is, that’s hard. This may not be World War II, but it can sure … Continue reading Embracing the Suck
We are aware of the crisis we are in, and that whether the future will be better or worse than when we close our houses with us inside all depends on how we build it now. It is an excellent time to think about a hopeful future, with confidence in our capacity as a society … Continue reading What world will we encounter when we go outside?
The Coronavirus has made its presence known, and we’re all doing our part by social distancing and teleworking to make sure we keep it under control and contained. But if you’ve never teleworked before or aren’t used to it, it can be a significant adjustment. That being the case, here are 3 things you can … Continue reading Three Strategies for Teleworking
“Everything can be taken from a [person] but one thing: the last of the human freedoms—to choose one’s attitude in any given set of circumstances, to choose one’s own way.” - Viktor Frankl Our situation with COVID-19 is one that can fill the most calm and steady of us with fear and uncertainty. What will … Continue reading Taking Back the Narrative
Dear fellow Hoyas, Over two decades ago, I was diagnosed with cancer. I was in my 20s at the time, and I would like to share with you how I have learned to deal with uncertainty. Uncertainty as we all know produces fear. A common reason for this fear is the tendency we have in … Continue reading On Fear