You have never seen anything like this during your lifetime. The COVID-19 has started showing its true colors. Not only has the virus spread across continents, but it has been killing thousands of people. Keep the virus away and, #stayhome & #staysafe. The advice is genuine.

The world is frustrated about the lockdown due to compromised goals, new restrictions, separated families, not having space to exercise, or means to travel—reasons related to financial, personal, family, professional, or business-related. Uncertainty is certainly looming. The fear is genuine.

There are many on the path of losing their hard-earned wealth, fitness, health, and also gaining some extra pounds. Some even worry about losing their identity.  Instead of progressing, all of a sudden you have traveled back in time.  Reconstructing your kingdom could take multiple years. The concern is genuine.

You are not alone, and your clan, colleagues, or competitors are not advancing either. It is a total lose-lose scenario for everyone. The fact is genuine.

Don’t be stupid. The lockdown time is not the time to chase records and doing some crazy, physically demanding activities. Know your limits, and don’t do anything that is going to hurt you. The injury risk is genuine.

Being physically and mentally fit and happy is by choice. Effectively managing your time could be your new style. Binge-watching your favorite movies, developing a hobby or skill, reading new genre books could be your new past time. Dropping a bad habit could be a new vow. The choices that you make define who you are and whom you want to be. The opportunity is genuine.

Surprisingly, the earth is cleaner, nature is reviving, and endangered animals are thriving. Sleep well, meditate, calm down, and rewire your brain, inspire, and get inspired. Teach someone or help those who are in need. Display your true self during a troubled time like this. The purity of this moment is genuine.

Be Safe! Be there to Save!


"The true test of character is not how much we know how to do, but how we behave when we don't know what to do"
John Holt


Ashok · April 12, 2020 at 11:24 am

Kay – loved the way you punched the points using ‘genuine’ . Interesting times we live where we have to learn to less social, a time where we have rely on tech to connect. A forced time for reflection, learning, to do nothing. Nice words Coach.

    Sushma · April 13, 2020 at 4:33 am

    Loved the way you have used the word “genuine” in different scenarios! Yes the way of life is already changing! We better get prepared and take it in the right spirits otherwise frustration/depression is not far away! Thanks for sharing your thoughts Kay!

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