Focus on What You Can Control

Now more than ever, you need to do everything in your power to focus on what you can control.

It's easy to get caught up with all the things you CAN'T control.

For example, you can control staying home, wearing a mask, and washing your hands.

You can't control how many of your friends and family may get the Coronavirus.

You can control working to earn more, cut back on expenses, or providing value in these difficult times.

You can't control how quickly the economy will rebound, or whether you may get laid off.

You can control eating healthy and exercising (even at home.)

You can't control whether you're going to get sick to no fault of your own.

You can control being there for loved ones and friends who need your help.

You can't control how they may react to our uncertain times.

Even in the worst of situations, the best way through is focusing on what you can control and nothing else.

Not easy, but it can certainly help weather the storm.