And so, this too will pass. The Covid-19 crisis will pass. Times are tough and will get tougher. But we will survive AND prosper. Look at what happened during the Great Depression. As John Maxwell said, in his lessons on Leading Through Crisis, you have to LEAD people out of a crisis. And Leaders did rise up. Roosevelt was elected President of America in a landslide victory. So, for now, let’s not forget that we can still laugh. Helpguide published an article on this, stating “Laughter decreases stress hormones and increases immune cells and infection-fighting antibodies, thus improving your resistance to disease. Laughter triggers the release of endorphins, the body’s natural feel-good chemicals. Endorphins promote an overall sense of well-being and can even temporarily relieve pain.” Laughter is STILL the best medicine.
Remember that Youtube video that went viral (link below)? And all those wonderful funny memes that’s popping up all over the place with Covid-19. So, this blog is just a collection of the wonderful funny things that’s crossed my desk since Covid-19 started. Let’s give a big thank you to all those on the front line working hard and to all those who dreamt up and/or shared these wonderful memes and videos. You cannot help but laugh with them. Laughter is STILL the best medicine.
P.S. If you’re after the serious information on doing business, read my blog on How to Survive and Thrive Through Covid-19 and do check out the videos by John Maxwell on Leading Through Crisis (I’ve included the link to the first video on Youtube. You’ll find Lesson 2, 3 and 4 on the same channel.)
About the Author:
Patsy Lim’s business and financial background (having qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1980), together with her entrepreneurial spirit enables her to apply a potent blend of strong financial and accounting expertise, deep practical business experience, and entrepreneurial flair and creativity to complex business problems. As an entrepreneur, she understands the issues that an entrepreneur faces. So, unlike some accountants who only know the theory of business, Patsy has had hands-on experience of what it means to be IN business, to start a business, to grow a business, and most of all, to manage a business when times inevitably get tough!