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A Mantra for Managing COVID-19: Don’t Panic, Adjust

One of my former clients was a basketball coach for over twenty years before he became the executive director of one of the largest youth organizations in Washington D.C. Managing a nonprofit with a multi-million-dollar budget without prior management experience is not easy. Each month in our coaching sessions, I listened to Kevin’s horror stories. […]

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Getting Through the Quarantine: Lessons from a British Navy Captain

My wife and I experienced a high level of anxiety this past weekend. The question we couldn’t answer was, “What will we do with the kids?” Their schools are closed; they need our constant attention; we both work. Hmmm. Trailing not too far behind that question was another: “What will we do with ourselves?” Now […]

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Unfortunate Allies: The Coronavirus and Loneliness

In the face of COVID-19, many of us have become miserable vessels of stress and angst. An important question is how can we shift away from toxic negative emotions such as fear and panic and toward positive emotions such as serenity, happiness and a renewed enthusiasm about our lives? Numerous studies have found that the […]

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