If you’re feeling fragile, overwhelmed, anxious, or discouraged, you’re not alone. Our recent, groundbreaking study, The Impact of Chaos on the American Workforce, reveals the biggest contributors to personal chaos and devastating impact people are currently experiencing. The good news is you can use these insights and strategies to help others and thrive in chaos.
If you’re feeling fragile, overwhelmed, anxious, or discouraged, you’re not alone. Stay tuned for useful insights and actions.
In our recent, groundbreaking study, The Impact of Chaos on the American Workforce, we sought to discover the biggest causes of personal chaos and the impact people are experiencing due to the change and uncertainty of our times. The answers are troubling.
Chaos is massively driving concern for loved ones, overwhelm, discouragement, and anxiety. More than a third of us struggle every day to sleep. Nearly one in four of those working consider quitting daily. And six percent, six out of every one hundred, think about suicide every day, at least once.
Get these and other findings, as well as suggested strategies for leaders and individuals in a free report at danthurmon.com/research.
During times of chaos, like right now, we face both increasing complexity and decreasing stability. Even what’s established and working can be precarious, including functional systems, positive habits, personal confidence, and one’s sense of meaning.
So, what do you do about it? Don’t give up or be afraid. Proceed with care and empathy. Here are three suggestions for immediate use:
1. Protect what’s working. Don’t coast on what comes easy. Defend it from disruption.
2. Strengthen stability. Promote stability in the areas you directly influence. Relationships, faith, finances, and personal health.
3. Lead with kindness. Reinforce in others what you admire, love, and appreciate. Lift up those you encounter and influence.
With the right mindsets and skills, chaos can be a powerful, positive force for greater clarity, advantage, and impact. Please download that report. And even better, get a copy of Positive Chaos, which launched today worldwide, just in time for Fathers Day. Be good to yourself. Tune in to others, and please know, I believe in you. Until next week, stay Off Balance On Purpose.