Surviving is one thing, another is thriving. We now understand the coronavirus will continue to impact our lives for a long time. We will have to constantly adapt our behavior in social settings and public spaces. We are forced to change the way we work and how we meet the world. The digital and social transformation has accelerated and will dominate the agenda for the foreseeable future.
It will take significant extra energy from us to survive and adapt to the circumstances. Energy we don’t have. The pandemic seems like a curse, but perhaps it turns out to be a gift to us all. It gives us the opportunity to take a closer look at what we are doing to ourselves and the planet. We can start to look for answers to the essential questions about meaning, purpose, and fulfillment.
You start energizing work the moment you become aware of your energy and how it influences your relations and the world. You become fully energized by your work when “what you love is what you do and what you do is what you love”. Accepting less is compromising your dreams and sabotaging your potential. Period. It’s all about energy — and how you manage it.