We’re all given a set time. This moment will pass, as will the next, and the next, and the next.
For some of us, we were given a break, suspended from our day to day lives.
Regardless of what it is, there is work that still has to be done—ideas that need to be tested, people that need to be served, books that need to be written, films that need to be produced, recipes that need to be tested, experiments that need to be conducted.
Students are given the largest pause they will ever receive in their academic journeys. After this is over, life will continue onwards.
We’ve been gifted an abundance of time on our hands, and the permission to create possibility at home.
It’s easy to make a whole bunch of noise in our calls and in our meetings.
If we want attention, if we seek company, if we want the social connection of another friend, it’s okay to make noise.
For everybody else, it’s a whole lot of distraction.
This is not a post about video calling etiquette, but a post about sharing.
This is a post about sharing information, insight, and giving it out to the rest of us who could benefit from knowing.
You don’t have to be the loudest in the room to be able to give the most.
The accepted state for many people across the world today.
Maybe it was “ideal” 3 weeks ago when you finished your website, or when your development team finally had a breakthrough, or when you were able to
get out of your own rut.
“Not ideal” presents a challenge for all of us.
It’s not ideal that we’re all working from home and self isolating, but that’s the challenge we collectively have to face.
“Not ideal” is okay when we’re all under the same roof, not striving for perfection, but doing things to the best of our abilities in our given circumstances.