Recalibrate at the End of 2020
The world has been through a lot of emotional turmoil in the year 2020 alone. With the rise of the Coronavirus that has now killed over 200000 people and infected 8 million others in the USA alone, we all have to take a step back and rethink how important life truly is. Many people have lost loved ones, a mother, father, aunt, uncle or a close friend. There is a call for equal justice in the streets with protesters around the world saying they want reform.
As if that is not enough, 58 million are now filing for unemployment in the USA alone with millions around the world losing their jobs and not being able to put food on the table for their children. Yes, the year 2020 has brought its own set of problems and it does not look like there is a clear cut plan to get out.
We must learn how to rethink, listen, learn and grow. We must learn to recalibrate ourselves and begin again.
Recalibration calls for each individual to do a personal assessment and see what is needed for them to maintain sanity during these crises. When we recalibrate, we must begin again and be open to doing something differently. If the plan you have chosen for your life is not working, then you must recalibrate to other alternatives that will bring about positive change.
There is an old saying that it is easy to point the finger at others, but pointing the finger inward is much more difficult. Let us all begin to recalibrate for our families, our children and ourselves. Yes, we have been on a difficult path and journey to living our best lives, but when we listen, learn and grow it makes all of us better.