By Leigh Ann Errico, Executive and Team Coach at LAeRRICO & partners
No one can deny that the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the way the world works. One positive of the current dynamic that we can harness to improve our lives: While waiting for widespread vaccine distribution, we still have time to focus on things that weren’t even in our line of sight a year ago.
Instead of wishing away the rest of the pandemic by watching series after series on Netflix while eating junk food, why not use the time to our advantage? Why not devote energy and attention to our mental and physical health?
Remember that regardless of what we do during the pandemic, the time will pass, so we might as well make the most of it.
Think about healthy, productive and stimulating ways to use time so that when we look back on the pandemic, we’ll realize that we actually made the most of it and developed new habits – a mentally and physically healthier way of life – so it doesn’t end up being the worst year, after all.
The fabulous coaching question coined by Scott Eblin helps frame intentions:
“What can we or should we be working on or doing today to put us in a better position one month from now, three months from now or six months from now?”
Here are eight undertakings to consider now that can put you in a better position post-pandemic:
Whatever we want to achieve while our social activities are limited, we can be kind to our future selves and, as Nike says, just do it! There is no better time than right now to take steps in the right direction.
This article was first published by Thrive Global: https://bit.ly/3bLt9LQ
Leigh Ann Errico