- Emergency situations can happen to ANYBODY. No one is exempt. In my interview with Steve Good, we talked about being extra proactive in regard to securing yourself and your family in case of an emergency. Steve is actually a cryptocurrency expert, but because he was ahead of everyone in locking his family down just when cases were starting to appear in Europe, I had him on my show to talk about coronavirus preparedness.
- The medical profession desperately needs to be modernized. Technology in the 21st century has undergone significant advances over the last decade. Still, according to my interview with Dr. Daniel Kraft, we are fighting a 21st-century disease using previous century technology.
- Plan way ahead, even for a downgrade. Whenever we make plans, we always hope for the best and focus on our goals. But what about negative situations such as redundancy, financial loss, or bankruptcy? In my interview with the creator of the 3HAG (the 3-year highly achievable goal), Shannon Susko, she mentions that people should also plan for economic disasters.
- Be flexible with getting back to basics. One of the biggest epiphanies during this pandemic is how much the entire world lives in excess. People in the habit of going out would rather spend more on Starbucks every day than make coffee at home. Others need to have a closet-full of their favorite sneakers–one in every color. And now that so much of our consumer lifestyle is restricted and we are getting by with what we have, a lot of us are realizing–we have more than enough.
- We can control what we consume. Fear and anxiety continually rise every day as we hear the news, read blogs, or friends’ social media posts about coronavirus. This kind of constant influx of negative information seeps in on a metabolic level. Our body’s negative energy and inner vibrations linger in the air, creating a vicious cycle of fear and anxiety.
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