Profit and Impact
EP. 18 Nev Harris: Through the Looking Glass
In years to come, whenever someone asks about the biggest economic disaster in my lifetime, COVID will almost definitely make the list - but it won’t be the only one.
Twenty years from now, it might not even be the most significant.
I don’t want to sound alarmist, but we’ll all be better off if we can just accept it:
There will always be another “event” to deal with. If we’re lucky, everything will bounce back just the way it did before - and I believe that it always will.
Well, the data shows that the economy and businesses have dealt with many things like this in the past and always bounced back.
That doesn’t mean it’s going to be a fun journey, or that we’ll always know what we’re doing and where to go next, but there are two things we need to make it through in one piece:
At times like these, understanding cash flow really does come in handy - and in this episode, I’ll give you a few quick tips on doing just that, along with some sage advice for business owners during these tumultuous times.
So what’s this episode really about?
The value in reflecting on the way we responded to dramatic life events The good news we all need to hold onto in a COVID worldWhy everyone should aim to have cash reserves and be prepared
Why you should listen
Major global events like COVID-19 are difficult to process in the midst of the drama, but once things slow down, they often leave life lessons in their wake. While it helps to know that better days are always on the way, the real skill lies in being able to handle the challenges today throws at us, and sometimes we have to look back to see how far we’ve come.
You can quote me on that…
“It always feels that it always feels like it's going to hurt more than it actually does.” - Nev Harris
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