- How do we deal with the recession that follows this crisis?
- All of this is good and good, but what does this mean in practice?
- Effective Solutions to Win the War of the Mind
- Develop a fuller understanding of your condition,Develop a positive attitude
- Do not put all your eggs, as the old saying goes, in one basket
But that is only the beginning. Indeed, here and now – in the near future – controlling the virus is a priority, and we congratulate the scientists, medical professionals, and key staff who make that happen every day. But what’s next? How do we deal with the recession that follows this crisis? How do we prevent a global recession? There is one thing we must do: We must not consent. We must not shrink back and simply accept the worst situation as inevitable.
And it will not. This is not the way we – as a species – do things. If the past few months have taught us something, it is that the amazing resilience of humanity is still alive and well. Even in spite of such hardships, the flames of effort, compassion, and loyalty still burn brightly.
All of this is good and good, but what does this mean in practice? How do we go about transferring this resilience to a set of practical solutions that will move us forward, as well as our finances? Let’s look at this in more detail.
Effective Solutions to Win the War of the Mind
We often hear the expression “it’s all in your head,” as if a mental illness is somehow more legitimate than the physical or external issue. In the 21st century, we are backing away from this – not only by recognizing that psychological issues need real consideration but also by realizing that there are real steps we can take to overcome them. So if you find yourself worrying about money or the anxieties of life, how can you break free?
Develop a fuller understanding of your condition
Many of the worries and anxieties we hear every day come from uncertainty and lack of knowledge. Basically, if we do not know what we are dealing with, we take the worst. Also, these negative emotions build up and build up until we are overwhelmed. Fight this tendency. Fight for information. Sit down and think about how the virus has affected your entry. Then work from the bottom of the list eliminating issues that aren’t worth the fight.
This is not a one-time exercise. You need to get used to analyzing your situation regularly, using accounts, checking for damages and improvements, and equipping yourself with the information you need to get the most out of it.
Do not put all your eggs, as the old saying goes, in one basket. There is a reason why this is just talk – because it is very good advice. If your income is too low or too limited, you run the risk. Even if the times are good, you are just a hop, a step, and you jump off the big financial crisis.
So, what is the answer? Variety. Don’t lose sight of your revenue streams and business interests. Instead, look for ways to add to it. Think about how you can protect yourself with a diverse investment portfolio, and consider how this diversity can drive your success.
Develop a positive attitude
Negativity will not get us anywhere. Rather, it damages the functioning of our brain, and it makes it difficult to get a clear picture of our condition. Our minds are covered with doubts and other such thoughts. But, by making small changes in our way of thinking, we can resist this. Make these small incremental changes – by rearranging the obstacles as challenges and opportunities, for example, or by placing some minor difficulties in a wider area. Get used to doing this, and see the big changes in your psychology.
Change cannot happen by itself. Your goals and objectives will not be achieved without effort and action. This does not mean making a mistake in the progress and running like a headless chicken, however. Rather, it means defining what you want to achieve in the long run and in the short term, thinking about what you need to do to achieve this, and then putting one foot in front of the other until you get there.
Coronavirus has made achieving the goal a little more challenging than usual, so you may need to change the way you work. But do not give up.
There is help out there, so make sure you get the help you need. This may be the result of talking to friends and colleagues, or engaging in webinars, video games, or informative articles. The fact is, there is no “correct” way to teach ourselves and to develop our emotional and mental endurance. We are all in this together, so let’s help each other. Let us accept the help we ourselves need to overcome the psychological war, and go through this crisis stronger than ever.