What Do You Do When You Don't Know What To Do?
Things have been crazy to say the least. Inflation is on the rise again in Zimbabwe. Have you see the queues for fuel at the petrol stations? It feels so much like 2008 all over again, doesn't it?
So what do you do?
We all have friends and family who are leaving Zim, if they haven’t left already. Do you stay or do you go?
These are all valid questions and I think your answer really depends on this:
Who are you? And why are you here?
If you don’t have personal answers to those questions, it’s always challenging to navigate a storm, no matter the size.
In other words, what’s your purpose? What’s the point?
We live in a fascinating time where geography is a lot less meaningful than it used to be. You can work with a team of people stationed all across the world and still be productive, collaborative, and profitable all together.
So for us, we’re not so concerned about where our colleagues are as much as why they’re there. Because if we know the why, then we can still work together, support one another, and build something that’s worth spending part of our lives on.
And if you have a higher belief in life, this grounding and focus makes all the difference when you’re in the midst of chaos and the storm we’re in now.
(photo via chiaralily)
Posted on September 28, 2017
by Tim & Tommy filed under