Updated: Mar 21, 2020
As we are dealing with the Coronavirus around the world and now in the United States, you can become fearless in times of crisis. It is all about your mindset and how you allow other people and the news to affect your mindset of anxiety, fear, and even depression.
Find a community that can support you when you feel that you are unable to cope alone. Get the support of your friends and family members. If you are an introvert person and you don't want to be outside with other people, you can reach out to your contacts on your phone. Another way to start communicating again is to start a conversation with them and discover what is going on in their world and how they are coping as well. Technology gives us the power to continue the communication even when everything around us is closing their doors for now. A great way to do it is using the Platforms of Zoom conference, Facebook Live, Instagram Live, LinkedIn, and WhatsApp.
It all starts in communication with others and networking (even if is using Zoom rooms). Since we are not able to go to restaurants, all gatherings of more than 10 people were canceled or postponed this can also be a time of self-reflection, meditation, and prayer.
Why do I have Fear about this coronavirus? What are the precautions that I can take now in order to avoid getting this virus? How many people are infected right now in the United States? All of the answers to these questions are available online. Check the website: CDC.gov - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - Cases in the U.S. as of March 17, 2020, at 12:29 p.m. they reported total cases of 4,225 and total death 75.
Be prepared and plan in order to become fearless during this crisis. Pray, meditate, talk to your friends and families and be grateful.
Coach Jacqueline Jimenez