The pandemic (or “quarantine”, or “lockdown”) has inspired a new work-from-home culture in the United States. Some love it. Others hate it.
Hang around the “inspirational” community enough (especially on Twitter), and you’ll very quickly begin to see a pattern.
When I was a child, sometimes I thought that everything was my fault. I always could have done something differently. Worked harder. Gone slower. It was frustrating at the time….
There’s no question about it: Society expects something from us. And for the most part, it expects us to follow the common order of things.
In March of 2020, a shock hit the entire world.
The quarantine won’t last forever.
The relentless 24-hour news cycle is hinged around profit, suffers from misinformation and paints a less-than-ideal picture of society. And, too many of us buy into it.
Nearly 14 trillion. That’s the number that I want you to focus on for a minute. It’s a big number, isn’t it?
I hate the phrase “never give up”. I can appreciate the positive vibes, but the phrase itself is so utterly flawed that it should never be used in human society.