By Karin Mizgala, co-founder and CEO Money Coaches Canada
It certainly has been a challenging start to Spring as we’re all grappling to make sense of the events around us. What will the immediate impact be on our jobs, businesses, investments and our physical and emotional health? When will we be able to “get back to normal”? And what will the longer-term implications be on our economy, our children, our retirement?
The most difficult thing for all of us is that no one knows for sure, and that includes our experts and leaders. Instead, we are being asked to sit tight, stay in the moment and wait. This is not comfortable for an action-oriented world where speed and growth have been our norms.
On top of that most of us are facing immediate consequences within our own families and communities. In the last 2 days I got word that my niece was laid off and prospects in the fashion industry are well, nil for the foreseeable future. My sister-in-law’s father is in the hospital with a blood clot – and because of COVID, no one is allowed to visit him. A good friend is very ill but tests and surgeries are being postponed. Continue reading