Geoff Wilson provides a reality check and a sage reminder to plant your feet firmly on the ground when looking to the future.
Times of crisis require a change of perspective and a call to action.
So, here we are, weeks into a bizarre world of isolation, uncertainty, and pain. If one thing is likely, it’s that after weeks of responsiveness, you may now start to see real signs of resignation and capitulation. But, you may also see signs of opportunity and–dare I say it–optimism. My sense is that both mindsets are probably “right” and “ok.” This is no self-help blog. I fully believe that there is plenty to fear in the environment beyond fear itself.
I also think it’s important to realize that in times of crisis or trial or despair it’s our imperative to reflect and chart a course. That course may be brand new and different, or it may be a retreat to the tried and true. In either case…it’s a course.
One of the more influential books in my life is Man’s Search For Meaning by Viktor Frankl. Frankl was a Holocaust survivor and influential thinking on how people find meaning in life regardless of experience. His experience in the Auschwitz death camp sparked a globally influential view of how individuals find meaning in challenging and even hopeless circumstances.
Points addressed in this article include:
- Reflecting and charting a course
- Why me vs. what’s next
Read the full article, Finding meaning during crisis requires an answer, not a question, on the Wilson Growth Partners’ website.