Yesterday I talked about how many people may evaluate their career choices. Today it hit pretty close to home.
We’re hoping with the shutdown that we find a few good people who are looking for a new job.
It seems like the past couple of months I’ve seen more social media posts than ever to “be nice to essential workers” and other things. Why should we as a society have to constantly remind people to just be nice and respect others? We, as humans, should not have to be constantly reminded to do…
As we start back to work today, we have a lot to do. It’s a lot like starting a series of engines and hopefully within the week we will have all cylinders firing.
As we return to work and a more normal society, I’m sure many businesses will be offering a lot of discounts and deals. I fear many of these will entice consumers to make bad decisions and result in a recession 5-10 years from now.
The shutdown will affect businesses in different ways. Line of business, size of the business, geography, and other factors will come into play. They all need a little of this.
I need to start getting up early and distribute my time differently. I’m going to give it a try starting today!
There are people who can be viruses. Don’t believe it? Listen to the tale of two baseball players.
We finally get to open our business again. What happened to April??
What do you think about all the talk about starting sports without fans in the seats? I just can’t imagine what that would be like. How can a sports team even perform without the emotions of the fans around them?