I know we are a little scared right now. I know that we start to feel isolated when the things we are used to are diminished, like work and being around others we know and enjoy. And I know that our brains, needing something to keep them busy, will substitute fear and worry for work if not kept active.
This week I will send a series of blogs with ideas for keeping the brain busy, distracted, and possibly productive. In this time of isolation and crisis, there is also hope and the possible time and place to make significant contributions towards our shared future goals. Keeping our minds active could be one of the best things we might do to relax and move forward.
Many blue-chip stocks found their start in less than favorable times. We see many great ideas when we think outside the box. Having to use your thought process to solve one problem will help it to consider other issues and solutions along the way.
I am not trying to tell you the virus is a good thing. It is definitely not. What I am saying is that you can take what life hands you, sort it out, and turn it to something you can deal with and overcome. Hopefully, you can find something you might work to your advantage.
Stay tuned, and we will look at this as our week progresses.
Thank you for being with me today. I hope to be with you again tomorrow.