The COVID-19 virus has proven to be highly contagious. To remain safe requires diligence and adherence to guidelines established by the experts.
Government and business leaders working with medical experts have had to make difficult decisions to keep us safe and minimize this coronavirus’s spread. Healthcare professionals in particular are working tirelessly and selflessly to provide comfort to those infected.
Attitudes have also proven to be contagious. As Albert Einstein once said, “Creativity is contagious, pass it on.”
As you heed the advice of the experts, do so with a positive attitude and seek creative solutions to the challenges you face today.
For example, we’ve seen distillers make hand sanitizers. We’ve seen baseball uniform makers shift to protective masks and medical gowns. We’ve seen traditional restaurants adjust to offer delivery services. We’ve seen grocery stores set up senior hours and safety measures. So much creativity abounds!
As we work from home, seek new employment, or search for additional contracts, let’s do so with a positive attitude and a creative approach.
Let’s not forget what creativity could do for us. It can-
- Drive new products.
- Bring us new processes.
- Improve quality.
- Stimulate fresh thinking.
- Promote teamwork.
- Solve underlying problems.
- Save time in the long run.
- Make us more money.
- Set up a better work environment.
With all these positive outcomes, it’s time to put on your creativity cap and have fun with it.
Target one or more of these outcomes and get going!
Attitudes and creativity are important aspects of remaining safe and healthy-especially now.