Combat Control: We Always Have Fear When Facing the Unknown

Business leaders need to have the courage, the strength, the resilience to bounce back from Covid-19.

Gobal leaders need to be motivated by the job itself to do a good job; their first priority in business is to act on humanity and the second priority is to make money.

Larry Bird quoted – “Don’t let winning make you soft. Don’t let losing make you quiet. Don’t let your teammates down in any situation.”

Our world is changing and Covid-19 and other chronic diseases will impact our lives forever. Covid-19 is like another disease and are rising in numbers. It is caused by what we do to the environment; driven by today’s lifestyle. We need to rise together to protect life on earth from destruction, global pandemics, deforestation, bad governance, corruption, nuclear war, political and economic systems.

I am optimistic that social and behavioural changes will come from this.

Continue here for Key Facts on Chronic Illnesses

The figure above shows, Chronic Disease has the highest number of deaths and of those 48,742 die of Cardiovascular diseases, the number one cause of death around the world.

“There is more to life than increasing it’s speed.” – Mahatma Gandhi

This is an article on connectivity. It contains the advice or opinions of one or more contributors. This post is not a medical science article nor is it a health policy. It is a resource to understand the changing health challenges we face on a global level.

Thank you & Stay safe♡

Pandemic life vs. Disability life for me

Click here to read on to see how other people are coping and pick up some tips to support your journey along the way.

Brainless Blogger

I thought I would post the comparison between the normal person’s Pandemic Life vs. My Disabled Life… currently. Because there are similarities and differences.

Pandemic life vs. disability life for me

Samesies

The same with a normal person’s experience with COVID-19 and having to stay at home with the stress, anxiety and rapid changes in their lives

How my experience being disabled is similar to the Pandemic Life

  1. I have lost my job to being disabled, So Many have been laid off due to the COVID-19 pandemic. I remember what that felt like. And I remember all the emotions and fear and anxiety that comes with that.
  2. I went on disability and many are going on the Canadian EI package (Canada Emergency Response Benefit) to supply income… and both of us are aware of income instability. This doesn’t match our actual income (Mine more so, obviously, since it is less than 2000 a month)- This…

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